Accenture, Splunk and UTC join SAFECode, Veracode rejoins the organization

The Software Assurance Forum for Excellence in Code (SAFECode) announced that Accenture, Splunk and United Technologies joined SAFECode as new Associate Members, and Veracode rejoined the organization as an Associate Member.

SAFECode is a non-profit, global industry forum where business leaders and technical experts come together to exchange insights and ideas on creating, improving and promoting scalable and effective software security programs.

The addition of these companies as SAFECode members is significant because they bring a deep expertise in secure software development and a broad industry perspective.

Joining SAFECode acknowledges their commitment to identifying and promoting proven methods of software assurance. Im pleased to be able to welcome them aboard and look forward to their contributions, said Steve Lipner, executive director, SAFECode.

SAFECode provides its members with a forum to safely and directly connect with other software security professionals to exchange ideas, share lessons learned, and collaborate on ways to make a positive impact on both their businesses, and the security of the greater technology ecosystem.

Non-members may also benefit from free access to SAFECode resources such as its secure software assurance best practices publications and technical training videos.

“We are excited to be a member of SAFECode as we believe it is vital for all companies to embed strong cybersecurity practices in their development activities, so they can grow confidently and build cyber resilience.

“Applications constitute one of the most common ways for humans as well as machines to interact with data and reducing vulnerabilities around these applications can significantly enhance a companys overall security posture,” said Tara Khanna, who leads Accentures application security business.

“Splunk has an obligation to its customers to develop and deliver secure software that helps them solve their toughest business challenges, in an environment with ever-increasing demands on speed, volume and performance.

“Because security is a team sport, its important that we collaborate with our peers to ensure that security is a key component of the product development lifecycle. We are thrilled to join SAFECode as an Associate Member, which will further enable Splunk to make data accessible, usable and valuable to everyone,” said Jeremy Rishel, vice president of platform and market group engineering at Splunk.

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Accenture, Splunk and UTC join SAFECode, Veracode rejoins the organization