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In this podcast, Julia Allen explains how software security is about building more defect-free software to reduce vulnerabilities targeted by attackers.
In this podcast, participants discuss how organizations can benchmark their software security practices against 109 observed activities from 30 organizations.
In this podcast, Pravir Chandra warns that CISOs must leave no room for doubt that they understand what is expected of them when developing secure software.
In this podcast, Robert Charette suggests when to examine responsibilities when developing software with known, preventable errors.
In this podcast, participants discuss how observed practice, represented as a maturity model, can serve as a basis for developing more secure software.
Managing software that is developed by an outside organization can be more challenging than building it yourself.
In this podcast, Robert Seacord explains how requiring secure coding practices when building or buying software can dramatically reduce vulnerabilities.
In this podcast, Gary McGraw explains how to achieve software security by thinking like an attacker and integrating practices into the development lifecycle.
In this podcast, Mary Ann Davidson explains how integrating security into university curricula is a key solution to developing more secure software.
In this podcast, Nancy Mead explains that during requirements engineering, software engineers need to think about how software should behave when under attack.