Secure development training, code review, security testing, threat modeling and architecture review are some of the technical solutions we provide to help make your applications more secure.
Security depends on much more than technology. Stakeholders need to be involved and security needs to be reinforced throughout a project. We help our customers to involve their stakeholders and make security requirements explicit.
Many leaders are unsure of how to address security within their organizations. We coach leaders to embrace security, build a program and make their decisions and process visible to both their teams and their executives.
Although we advocate the use of tools as part of any security program, we are proud to bring a nuanced and vendor-neutral perspective to any challenge.
Jemurai was formed to break out of traditional security vendor norms and form a set of offerings
specifically to help development organizations improve their execution with regard to security.
We excel at engaging with organizations where stakeholders and developers collaborate through agile processes, because we have ourselves run teams using agile methods.
Jemurai is often represented at both security and developer conferences, including AppSecUSA, RailsConf and others. Our passion for bringing security to developers in a constructive way makes us truly unique in the industry. See our Talks and Blog content for more information.
We are expert developers. We know how to communicate with developers and managers about security.
We built security tools for years and understand the tool landscape as only engineers can.
We have run agile teams and advised executives - we can manage both up and down the team chain.
We are thought leaders on adapting existing processes and tools to continuously improve security delivery.
Give the business the information they need to make security decisions. Don't try to scare them. Always provide a risk context.
Always provide an explanation and steps to test and fix a solution to the problem. Ideally talk about how to prevent it from happening in general.
Earn the respect of developers and become a trusted advisor. Empower them to make the right design choices. Talk with them a lot.
Communicate concisely and with periodic updates. Manage the project so that the client doesn't have to.
Make security visible. Talk about what is or is not being done. Find data to support decisions.
Continue to improve and help clients improve. Stay on the cutting edge while adapting applicable ideas to produce a practical solution.