The Silicon Review
Code is a vital component in the operations of many businesses across Ireland. Coding skills play a crucial role in the economy, from information technology to science, engineering, and data analysis. Coders work in the leading technology companies that have established operations in Ireland and indigenous Irish software companies. Industries rise and fall as new technologies emerge, but there will always be new problems to solve, and developers will always be needed. Companies compete aggressively to hire talented coders who can help their businesses gain a competitive advantage. So, learning to code opens up many different career opportunities.
Secure Code Warrior is an innovative web-based corporate education and assessment platform where software developers use hands-on learning to build secure-coding skills. The firm has developed an online secure coding platform that helps developers think and act with a security mindset every day. Companies can then scale their reliable coding excellence as coders and development teams build and verify their software security skills, gain real-time advice, and monitor skills development. The company empowers developers to write secure code, achieving rapid improvements in security compliance and consistency, as well as a better quality and speed of code writing. The more the teams use their platform, the better they'll become at secure coding, and the less time and money will be spent finding and fixing bugs.
Secured solutions provided by Secure Code Warrior
Secure Code Warrior Integrations
The company's approach to making the world's coders more secure is to empower developers with the skills and tools to write secure code. Many organizations looking to DevSecOps for faster, more secure releases know the importance of optimizing developer productivity with an integrated technology stack and tackling each stage of the secure software development lifecycle (SSDLC), from tickets and code repositories, through build and test incorporating static/xAST analysis, to continuous deployment leveraging infrastructure-as-code (IaC), into operational phases of application security assessment and issue tracking. Here at Secure Code Warrior, they know that developers' relevant security education is essential to the success of DevSecOps. To provide contextual training within your team's workflow, the firm offers integrations with a range of security and developer tools.
Secure Code Warrior for Jira Cloud
Secure Code Warrior for Jira scans for Common Weakness Enumeration (CWE), or Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) references in the issue labels, summary, or description to display contextual just-in-time training. It is designed to work with several popular security tools that can be configured to push findings into Jira with these references automatically, saving developers' time. Secure Code Warrior for Jira will search for common vulnerability names and phrases in the issue text.
Secure Code for Github
Secure Code Warrior for Github scans for Common Weakness Enumeration (CWE), or Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) references in the labels, issue title, and body to display contextual just-in-time training. If a vulnerability reference is found, a comment will be posted on the issue to assist in swift resolution and prevention of recurring vulnerabilities.
The superhero behind the success of Secure Code Warrior
Pieter Danhieux is the Co-Founder, Chairman, and also serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Secure Code Warrior. He is also a Principal instructor for the SANS Institute, teaching military, government, and private organizations offensive techniques on how to target and assess organizations, systems, and individuals for security weaknesses. He also serves as an advisory board member of NVISO, a cyber-security consulting company in Europe. Before starting his own company, Pieter worked at Ernst & Young and BAE Systems. He is also one of the Co-Founders of BruCON, one of the most awesome hacking conferences on this planet.
He started his information security career early in life and obtained the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certification as one of the youngest persons ever in Belgium. On his way, he collected a whole range of cybersecurity certificates (CISA, GCFA, GCIH, GPEN, GWAP) and is currently one of the select few people worldwide to hold the top certification GIAC Security Expert (GSE).