Everyone knows quality software drives higher productivity and provides a significant economic benefit to the enterprise. It is the main differentiator in the success and overall competitive edge of companies today, which is precisely why software must be secure. It sounds simple enough, but there’s a problem: not everyone is on the same page on how to ensure that security is baked into applications from the onset, more specifically during the build. More, not everyone is sure of their own individual role in the larger security effort. And not everyone agrees on who is in charge. Read more >>

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