Blue Canvas prioritizes security and invests in it early. They value a culture of security and have updated their documentation for transparency.
With this article, learn about the importance of prioritizing security in product development and how to create a culture of security within your team.
Here are our 5 Key Takeaways:
1. Security should be a core value in product development, not an afterthought.
2. Creating a culture of security involves training your team and empowering them to speak up about potential security risks.
3. Security is a process that involves every aspect of product development, from hardware to personal habits.
4. Transparency about security practices is important for building trust with users.
5. Don't hesitate to reach out to experts for guidance on security best practices.
Security is very important to us at Blue Canvas. We understand the pressure that some teams feel to put security off for a later date, but we have made a strategic decision to invest in security early. Protecting our users is one of our core values.
We think of security as a process. It’s more than simply installing the right software. It’s about creating a culture which values security, training your team about security best practices, and empowering people to speak up when they see things that are less secure than they could be. It’s about putting systems in place which will ensure that every aspect of your product development process - from physical hardware and networks to code and personal habits - follows established security best practices.
We recently updated our security documentation so that we can be more transparent about the security practices that we employ at Blue Canvas.
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