Security expert: more developer education needed

Friday, 12 August 2005, 3:42 AM EST

Software vendors need to create security education programs for their programmers in order to deliver software products that are more secure to their customers, an Oracle Corp. security expert said today.

Developer education and pressure from large buyers such as the U.S. government are two key ingredients in better software security, said Adam Jacobs, Oracle's principal product manager.

By Grant Gross at Computerworld.

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