How SECURE is the Way You Code?

Say you are a programmer even if you aren’t, a programmer’s mission is to create a very useful, valuable and easy to use program. Many, not all though, did not thought of how secure is their application outside? Is your application secure enough to protect your organization? Is your application is secure enough to protect your customers who use it? Is your application is secure enough to secure your job if a hacker tries to hack your program? Why not, check out the infographic below?

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safe coding infographic

Credit to TechRepublic and Veracode

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  1. Richa from stress management training says:

    Thanks for this great piece of info. It is very useful for a non technical person like me.
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  2. Joy from ubud villa says:

    Thanks for sharing this infographic and your thoughts on the subject as well, online security is definitely of utmost importance.

  3. Kristine from wordpress designers says:

    Thanks for establishing and sharing these rules and measures against online attacks. You certainly did a good job.
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