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AppSec Phoenix Principles

Mission

At Appsec Phoenix our mission is to Making Software security Smart and accessible to everyone in an organizations 

The reason behind this mission comes from the frustration in application security and interaction between development and business whenever something needs to be fixed. Traditionally software security and communication with the target is complex and challenging and this comes down to friction between people in the business area and dev 

We started this journey to make life easy for everyone in the business accelerating the speed of development and decision making and removing frustration and friction

Our Guiding Principles

CF – customer First

Customer view comes before everything. Serving customers is key. Making the customer feel valued and valued. 

IO – Ideas backed by ownership

take ideas into action, own the ideas and showcase 

EF – Execution First

Focus on execution, ideas without a plan and a roadmap are just thoughts 

IF – Inclusion and Fairness

Everyone should have the equal opportunity  

ODC – Open Doors Communication  

When something does not work speak up 

BL – Be a leader

Inspire, mentor and be a role model for others

BB – Have a backbone

When you believe something is right disagree and back the argument with data and communicate clearly action and a plan

DF – Data First

AppSec Phoenix is a data company and we encourage documentation of argument and backing them up with data 

LBC – Learn and be curious 

Carve out time to learn and explore

I wrote this blog to showcase our mission and the principles that guide them

Mission

At Appsec Phoenix our mission is to Making Software security Smart and accessible to everyone in an organizations 

The reason behind this mission comes from the frustration in application security and interaction between development and business whenever something needs to be fixed. Traditionally software security and communication with the target is complex and challenging and this comes down to friction between people in the business area and dev 

We started this journey to make life easy for everyone in the business accelerating the speed of development and decision making and removing frustration and friction

Our Guiding Principles

CF – customer First

Customer view comes before everything. Serving customers is key. Making the customer feel valued and valued. 

IO – Ideas backed by ownership

take ideas into action, own the ideas and showcase 

EF – Execution First

Focus on execution, ideas without a plan and a roadmap are just thoughts 

IF – Inclusion and Fairness

Everyone should have the equal opportunity  

ODC – Open Doors Communication  

When something does not work speak up 

BL – Be a leader

Inspire, mentor and be a role model for others

BB – Have a backbone

When you believe something is right disagree and back the argument with data and communicate clearly action and a plan

DF – Data First

AppSec Phoenix is a data company and we encourage documentation of argument and backing them up with data 

LBC – Learn and be curious 

Carve out time to learn and explore

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Francesco is an internationally renowned public speaker, with multiple interviews in high-profile publications (eg. Forbes), and an author of numerous books and articles, who utilises his platform to evangelize the importance of Cloud security and cutting-edge technologies on a global scale.

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