Baked-in security

Wednesday, 4 May 2005, 10:21 AM EST

It's a problem at many organizations today: developers are so narrowly focused on quickly building feature-rich applications that security becomes an afterthought.

The task of securing those applications is often left to others - traditionally, systems administrators who can wield firewalls, intrusion-detection software and other weapons at the network perimeter after the applications have been deployed.

By Heather Havenstein at Computerworld.

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