Secure Coding

Secure Agile Development

Practice of developing computer software in such a way that guards against the accidental introduction of security vulnerabilities

What is Secure Coding?

Secure coding is a set of practices that applies security considerations to how software will be coded and encrypted to best defend against cyber attack or vulnerabilities. Defects, bugs, and logic flaws are the primary cause of commonly exploited software vulnerabilities, and security professionals have discovered that most vulnerabilities stem from a relatively small number of common software programming errors. Secure coding standards introduce safeguards that reduce or eliminate the risk of leaving security vulnerabilities in code.

BUSINESS VALUE

help to prevent many cyber-attacks from happening because

removes the vulnerabilities many exploits rely on.

optimizing for security from the start helps reduce long-term costs

making the process of building secure software more pragmatic.

OBJECTIVES

Client goals that can be attained by secure coding can be divided into four categories:

Secure coding from the start

Release more secure code on-time with a developer-first security tool, no need to compile.

Efficiency from a single platform

Leverage a platform approach to address code, open source and containers to enable modern development shops to develop fast and stay secure!

DevSecOps

Enable modern development teams to embrace security to increase the overall speed and quality of software.

Developing the source code

Compliance with the principles of safe coding before developing the source code

Key Features of Hadess Secure Coding Service

What you can expect from a Secure Coding conducted by Hadess

THE TOUCH Key features of Hadess Secure Coding service Integrated IDE check

Detect, learn, and fix vulnerabilities during coding to avoid future fixing time and save development time. Interested in learning more?
THE TOUCH Key Features Of Hadess RedTeaming Service Native Git scanning Test your projects directly from the repositories and monitor daily for new vulnerabilities. Interested in learning more? THE TOUCH Key features of Hadess Secure Coding service CI/CD security gate Integrate code vulnerability scans into the build process by adding an automated Snyk Code test to your CI/CD Interested in learning more?

We don’t have an antivirus solution that’s waiting on signatures to be developed and pushed out. What we’ve got is that we’re part of a larger collection of organizations that are running Hadess, so any data that we see gets fed back into the system and someone else will benefit from that knowledge.

SCOTT STOOPS
SECURITY ANALYST,
ASHLAND UNIVERSITY

Actionable outcomes of your business securities

Hadess’s certified ethical hackers provide regular feedback throughout an engagement to ensure that your key stakeholders stay informed. Here’s what you can expect to receive post-assessment

Integrated IDE check

Detect, learn, and fix vulnerabilities during coding to avoid future fixing time and save development time.

Native Git scanning

Test your projects directly from the repositories and monitor daily for new vulnerabilities.

CI/CD security gate

Integrate code vulnerability scans into the build process by adding an automated Snyk Code test to your CI/CD.

APPROACH AND METHODOLOGY

Hadess’s experts adopt a systematic approach to comprehensively test your organization’s threat detection and response capabilities.

THE TOUCH Our Secure Coding Methodology Automated review enables large codebases to be quickly and efficiently analyzed. Developers perform this review using either open source or commercial tools while they are coding, to help find vulnerabilities in real time. The most advanced development teams also include SAST tools, which can provide additional inputs, help find vulnerabilities, and enable developers to fix them before the code is checked in. The most successful development processes also involve developers performing their own self-reviews as they code. Interested in learning more? THE TOUCH Our Secure Coding Methodology Manual review
involves a thorough review of the entire codebase by a senior or more experienced developer. This process can be extremely tedious and time-consuming, but it identifies flaws, such as business logic problems, that automated tools may miss. Layering in QA tests can help as well, but there are still scenarios that manual testing can miss. The best practice is a combination of automated and manual review Interested in learning more?

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