Secure Coding Practices

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r/AskNetsec • comment
2 points • StoneStalwart

I've had some poor quality courses from coursera before so I didn't want to just jump in and waste my time without asking a knowledgeable community first.

However I was looking at this one:

r/minimalism • comment
1 points • Letscurlbrah

Sure thing.

Here's a free course on secure coding practices, I would consider this stuff baseline:

You can buy a copy of the ISO standard here:

I personally make our developers take this course: