Location
Sydney
Founders

Startup
Operating

Secure Code Warrior

The secure coding company & offers the smartest way to improve your software security program

We have developed an online secure coding platform that helps Developers to think and act with a security mindset every day. Companies can then scale their secure coding excellence as coders and Development teams build and verify their software security skills, gain real-time advice, and monitor skills development. 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 teams use our platform, the better they’ll become at secure coding and the less time and money will be spent finding and fixing bugs.

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Internal Sales Representative
Inside Sales, Full-Time
Sydney
Posted 7 days ago
Senior Software Engineer - Potential job share / part time
Engineering, Part Time
Sydney
Posted 9 days ago
Account Executive
Sales, Full-Time
Sydney
Posted 28 days ago
Enterprise Customer Success Manager
Customer Success, Full-Time
Sydney
Posted 1 months ago
Head of Developer Relations
Product, Full-Time
Sydney
Posted 2 months ago
Head of Sales APJ
Sales, Full-Time
Sydney
Posted 3 months ago
Head of Design
Product, Full-Time
Sydney
Posted 3 months ago
Senior Software Engineer - Full Stack (Node)
Engineering, Full-Time
Sydney
Posted 3 months ago
Investors
Investor

AirTree VC

Investor

Paladin Capital Group

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Blog Posts
3rd August, 2020
Is your organization really DevSec-ready? Put it to the test.

With your organization in mind, think about these questions in the context of your role. How would i...

20th July, 2020
Strike first, strike hard: Why curated secure coding courses extend no mercy to cyber threats

A curated course containing the exact modules in which your developers would need to show proficienc...

15th July, 2020
Want developers to code with security awareness? Bring the training to them.

We already know there is too much going on in a workday, so what incentive do developers have to sch...

8th July, 2020
COVID-19 contact tracing: What’s the secure coding situation?

The idea behind contact tracing apps is sound. This technology, when functioning well, would ensure ...

1st July, 2020
“Stop disrupting my workflow!” How you can get the right security training at the right time

We started to think about what we could do to reduce the barrier to getting training when you need i...

22nd June, 2020
International Women in Engineering Day: Meet Our Stars

June 23rd is a special entry in the geek calendar, marking International Women in Engineering Day. T...

22nd June, 2020
Coders Conquer Security Infrastructure as Code Series - Business Logic

This vulnerability can occur when coders fail to properly implement business logic rules, which coul...

18th June, 2020
Rust is the most-loved programming language for the fifth time. Is it our new security savior?

Rust incorporates known and functional elements from commonly used languages, working to a different...

15th June, 2020
Coders Conquer Security Infrastructure as Code Series - Using Components From Untrusted Sources

The vulnerability-inducing behavior that we are going to focus on here is using code from untrusted ...

9th June, 2020
Cybercriminals Are Attacking Healthcare (But We Can Fight Back)

Healthcare could be the next “great” cybersecurity battleground, with criminals attacking the very m...