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For sustainable, long-term application security, both developers and information security professionals must embrace their new roles created by DevSecOps.
Smart organizations in the business of building software need to use a mix of application testing tools to ensure their code is high-quality and secure.
A security group should help lift the organization into a positive, proactive attitude and work security into all aspects of development and operations.
The Building Security In Maturity Model (BSIMM) can help you improve your software security program, regardless of industry, size, or application mix.
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