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Security Innovation Delivers Application Security eLearning Courses in Japanese

Security Innovation, an authority in software security, announced today the availability of Japanese-language versions of its TEAM Professor™ computer-based training (CBT) courses. With topics ranging from security awareness to advanced coding techniques, organizations can use TEAM Professor™ to create customized training programs by role, skill level, or technology.

Of the 44 Japanese courses released, 11 are specific to secure software development in embedded systems, a critical platform for the consumer electronics, industrial automation and automotive industries.

“Some of the world’s most advanced software for traditional and emerging computing platforms is being developed in Japan. We are proud to be the first company to provide comprehensive on-line training in Japanese to help companies build security into their products and enterprise systems early in the software development lifecycle through a better trained developer community” said Pete Samson, Vice President of Market Development at Security Innovation. “As a core component of our TEAM Academy suite of education products, TEAM Professor has been the fastest growing and most respected eLearning platform for English speaking developers. The full value of this training can now be enjoyed by the rapidly growing community of Japanese developers writing innovative and mission critical software for the web, mobile platforms and embedded systems.”

TEAM Professor is already being used within a large multi-national corporation headquartered in Tokyo, who is now able to deploy Japanese versions to thousands of engineers worldwide. To accelerate usage in the Japanese market, Security Innovation formed a strategic partnership with NRI SecureTechnologies, part of the well-respected Nomura family of companies who are already successfully selling the training in Japan.

For more information on Japanese-language courses, please visit http://www.nri-secure.co.jp/service/si/index.html

About TEAM Professor™

TEAM Professor™ is the eLearning component of TEAM Academy™, the most worlds’ most comprehensive application security education environment for software developers. TEAM Professor features over 65 technical and awareness courses that cover all major roles, platforms and technologies. TEAM Professor™ is scalable for enterprise deployment, and it’s comprehensive curriculum helps teams build internal competency and comply with standards that mandate the use of secure coding best practices.

About NRI SecureTechnologies, Ltd.

As an NRI (Nomura Research Institute) Group company, NRI SecureTechnologies, Ltd. has been specializing in the field of information security. It has been active in providing a wide range of services, including business consulting, outsourcing work related to information security, and examination of security systems of corporate users in various business fields. In order to remain the best partner for our clients, we will continue to provide a top notch, valued service by following trends in high level, cutting-edge security technology and processes, as well through the active utilization of our information networks available in Japan and overseas.

For more details, please visit http://www.nri-secure.co.jp/en/index.html

About Security Innovation

An application security pioneer since 2002, Security Innovation is dedicated to making software more resilient within the world’s most challenging environments; whether on the web, in devices or in the cloud. Our products and services help organizations mitigate risk, eradicate vulnerabilities, prevent data abuse and build internal proficiency.

Recognizing that application software no longer exists in isolation but in an ecosystem of interdependent systems, our clients are better prepared to anticipate, navigate and reduce software security risk regardless of technology or system complexity. There are more than a million licenses of Security Innovation’s eLearning products in use today and our embedded security products ship on tens of millions of systems each year. www.securityinnovation.com.

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