Join SAFECode

Join SAFECode

SAFECode – short for the Software Assurance Forum for Excellence in Code – spearheads a global, industry-wide effort to identify and promote best practices for developing and delivering more secure and reliable software, hardware and services. SAFECode is looking for hands-on members who want to benefit from the experiences of others and actively contribute to advancing the art of software assurance. Please feel free to peruse our website for more information about our organization and our body of work, including:

As SAFECode continues to drive progress toward its mission, it seeks to expand its membership to create more diversity among its members and a greater array of perspectives feeding its technical initiatives. As software sits at the heart of our increasingly complex and interconnected world, software security assurance is fundamental to protecting users, devices, and services of all kinds.

Benefits of a SAFECode Membership include:

  • Connect with peers to solve common problems
    • Informally: Ideas mailing list; Member meet-ups at conferences and industry events
    • Formally: via Technical and Training Leadership Councils as well as Project Teams
  • Leverage assets available only to members
    • Influences SAFECode’s roadmap; suggest new technical topics
    • Early access to papers and deliverables in development
  • Enable your employees to shape the future of SW Assurance
    • Authorship of papers
    • Draft posts for the SAFECode blog
    • Contribute meaningfully to “making the world safe”
    • CPE credits for contributions (for members)

Associate Membership dues are USD $10,000 per year. While membership is open to any organization, the SAFECode Board of Directors will review and approve all applications for membership.

How to Join

  1. Review the SAFECode Principles
  2. Review the SAFECode Bylaws and SAFECode Rules of Procedure
  3. Contact Megan Cannon, Membership Manager, at info@safecode.org or 781.876.6287

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