Nine security best practices every software leader should know

Provided by GitHub

Category Security

Type White Paper

Publish Date March 17 2020


From sign on to delivery, keeping your organization secure is a community effort. And while every business has different security requirements, there are a few best practices all teams can use to build securely.

In this article, you’ll learn about nine security best practices software leaders should know—and how to use them across your organization. Whether you’re just getting started with single sign-on or stepping up your token scanning, you’ll get the tips and tools you need to keep your code safe.

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