Want security? You'd better wait for the new era of computing

Thursday, 29 September 2005, 9:36 AM EST

Complexity in software design needs to be eliminated otherwise computing's future era will be no more secure than applications in the current era.

So says Dr Klaus Brunnstein, president of the International Federation for Information Processing speaking at SEARCC 05 yesterday, who added: "Currently, we add complexity to secure insecure systems."

By Howard Dahdah at Linux World.

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