Developing secure software is a management issue

Thursday, 25 August 2005, 11:32 AM EST

When security vulnerabilities in a vendor's software are exploited, significant costs are faced by the vendor and its software users. Software with security vulnerabilities harms an organization's reputation with customers, partners and investors. It increases costs as companies are forced to repair unreliable applications, and it delays other development efforts as limited resources are assigned to address current software deficiencies.

By Djenana Campara at Computerworld.

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