Apr 10

Reston, VA

Online

Software assurance has become a trending topic in the public sector. There has been a dramatic increase in application attacks and, as a result, many agencies are starting to receive mandates to secure their software. How exactly do we secure our software? Software assurance is much more than just buying security software: a holistic approach must be used to include security in every phase of the software development lifecycle. Fortunately, a group of security experts from the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) has developed a framework for agencies to adopt software assurance. The Open Software Assurance Maturity Model (OpenSAMM) provides a roadmap for development shops of any size to build a software assurance program that fits their needs. Join Carahsoft and Fortify as Eric Friese, Senior Software Security Consultant, provides information on: * Why software assurance is an important piece of every software development lifecycle * Best practices for developing a software assurance program * Using the OpenSAMM to assess where your agency currently stands and how to get to the next level

Cost: Complimentary Webcast

Contact Name: Jessica Southgate

ph: 703-230-8547 email: jessica.southgate@carahsoft.com

Company Info:

Carahsoft Technology Corp.


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