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Antionette Parnther


Antionette Parnther is a security consultant at Synopsys. She works with consumers on vulnerability assessments, secure code reviews, and security architecture reviews. Prior to Synopsys, Antionette spent 2 years with the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System as a Software Engineer. She holds a BA in Software and Information Systems and a MS in Information Technology from the University of North Carolina.

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The importance of secure development training for new hires

An organization’s primary goal for new hires is to transition them from onboarding to productivity as quickly as possible. This being the case, each year, a new crop of intelligent, highly technical entry-level developers enter the job market. These new graduates may be trained in data structures, computer logic, and parallel computing. However, most don’t have the knowledge or experience to develop secure code.

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