Does secure software really matter?

Thursday, 15 May 2008, 9:36 AM EST

If you ask the average expert what organizations should do about Web security you’d almost universally hear what’s become like a religious commandment, “Thou shall add security as part of the application from the beginning. Blessed are those who develop secure code.” Amen. I am a loyal follower of security in the SLDC church. I’ll humbly try to ensure my code does what I preach others should also do. The problem is code security by itself will NOT deliver us unto to the pearly gates of Web security that many people wish for. There are other issues at play.

At Jeremiah Grossman's blog.

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