IBM offers free security tools for applications

Friday, 23 June 2006, 8:20 AM EST

IBM released free security software tools for business application developers on Thursday, a move the company said will help stem security breaches and hacker attacks.

IBM said the software allows developers to build security into their applications from the start, rather than fix problems later with patches after security holes are discovered.

At Computerworld.

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