How to infuse software security from the start

Hart Rossman is a member of the ISC-squared Application Security Advisory Board

wfedstaff | June 3, 2015 6:12 pm

Cyber Security professionals know that one problem with keeping systems secure is software. Often, it is the software, particularly for applications, that has security holes. To fix that, ISC-squared has established an Application Security Advisory Board. Hart Rossman, who is a member of the board, explains that the board itself isn’t designed to put its stamp of approval on software: right now they’re just focusing on educating the software developers.

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