Posted by Synopsys Editorial Team on April 5, 2016
Half of the software-related security defects that provide entry to threat agents aren’t bugs found in code; rather, they’re flaws embedded in software design. The IEEE Center for Secure Design brought together some of the foremost experts in software security in a working group to tackle the issue of secure software design.
Based on their findings, here are 10 powerful dos and don’ts examining the most common software security flaws.
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