What it Takes to Keep Code Secure
July 9, 2022
This interview originally appeared on The Journal of Cyber Policy, July 8 2022
Nine out of ten security breaches originate with defects in software code. This reality puts pressure on developers, and the people who manage them, to make code more secure. But, what does it mean for code to be secure? According to Brittany Greenfield, Founder and CEO of Wabbi, application security (AppSec) is different from other areas of cybersecurity. There is no “locked/unlocked” binary state when it comes to code. Rather, as Greenfield explains in this video, secure code is code that has been developed in accordance with processes and procedures. Security is part of the software development lifecycle, which makes it challenging to get right.
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