Software Integrity

 

5 lessons learned from BSIMM6

By providing actual measurement data from the field, the Building Security In Maturity Model (BSIMM) makes it possible to build a long-term plan for a software security initiative (SSI) and track progress against that plan. The BSIMM is dedicated to quantifying the activities carried out by real SSIs in order to help the wider software security community plan, carry out and measure initiatives on their own. Here are 5 lessons that can be taken from the recently released BSIMM6.

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Lessons Learned from BSIMM6

 

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