|The Permanent Campaign: Driving a Secure Software Initiative in
the Enterprise - John Dickson|
Thursday, May 6
|Denim Group Contributes
First-ever Web Application Attack Component to College Cyber Defense
Event Focuses on Teaching Students to Protect
Networks - and Now Web Applications -
Against Cyber Attacks
Denim Group contributed the first-ever web application-based attack component this year to the
National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (NCCDC). The NCCDC, held April 16-18, exposed students to threats they will
encounter in corporate IT environments upon graduation. With the
addition of Denim Group's web application attacks, competitors were exposed to more sophisticated threats that exist when sensitive software
systems are exposed on the web.
View a related video >>
Read the press release >>
|Four Tips for Making the Most of Your Developer
Security Training Program|
by Dan Cornell
Organizations spend a lot of time and money on training programs for developers. This blog post by Denim Group Principal Dan Cornell offers tips
organizations can use to be sure they get the most out of that investment. Read more >>
|Cyber Security Caucus Held in San Antonio |
On April 16, Texas congressmen and military officials from Washington D.C. gathered in San Antonio for the city's first Cyber Security Caucus Summit. The event aimed to educate lawmakers on what San Antonio needs in terms of dollars and
legislation to build out its vision to become the cyber security capital of the United States.
Denim Group Principal John Dickson attended the event, representing a private software security company at the forefront of cyber security activity in San Antonio. He met with several leading officials, including the Obama administration's cyber security
czar Howard Schmidt (pictured).
Read more about the event >>
|John Dickson and Dan Cornell Discuss "Building a Cyber Security Company" |
On the Air with San Antonio's Business Makers: KLUP 930AM
On April 3rd, Denim Group Principals John Dickson and Dan Cornell discussed "Building a Cyber Security Company" on KLUP 930AM with the hosts of San Antonio's Business Makers, John Thurman from Heart of Texas Realty and Nancy Kudla, a successful entrepreneur.
The interview covered how Denim Group got started, where the company is headed and issues in the application security industry as a whole.
Read more about the interview and listen to the podcast >>
|Despite the tough economy, we're still growing. For anyone interested in joining the ranks of one of the fastest growing companies in the region, available positions include:
For more information, visit Denim Group's careers page.
- Business Development Managers for Dallas, Phoenix and Denver
- Java/.NET Developers
- Project Managers
Know someone who might be interested? Tell them to send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org or to fax it to (210) 572-4401.