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Fault Injection Podcast: Sammy Migues introduces BSIMM8

Fault Injection is a podcast from Synopsys that digs deep into software quality and security issues. This week, hosts Robert Vamosi, CISSP and security strategist at Synopsys, and Chris Clark, principal security engineer at Synopsys, interview Sammy Migues, principal scientist here at Synopsys, about the new Building Security In Maturity Model (BSIMM) 8 report. You […]

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The BSIMM helps organizations mature software security

How does your software security initiative stack up against the best? Against others in your market? Against your own goals? A Building Security In Maturity Model (BSIMM) assessment can answer these questions. Whether you call it a software security initiative (SSI), application security program, product security process, or something else, it’s a business necessity to […]

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How to reduce risk while saving on the cost of resolving security defects

Originally posted on SecurityWeek.  1. Shift Left. 2. Test earlier in the development cycle.  3. Catch flaws in design before they become vulnerabilities. These are all maxims you hear frequently in the discussion surrounding software security. If this is not your first visit to one of my columns it is certainly not the first time […]

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How to measure software security in the healthcare industry

In 2015, healthcare became the most attacked industry, replacing financial services. Since 2010, there have been at least eight healthcare industry breaches publically reported in the media. The 2016 Cyber Security Intelligence Index states that five of the eight breaches took place during the first half of 2015. During that period, over 100 million medical […]

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Webinar: Have you learned the art of building a security strategy?

If you play a role in your organization’s software security program, you already know that there’s no shortage of things to do to improve your firm’s security activities. To bring security priorities into focus, the Building Security In Maturity Model (BSIMM) highlights the 113 most commonly observed software security activities. The BSIMM thus enables experts like […]

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How to mitigate third-party security risks

Third-party products and services are an integral part of business operations. Organizations depend heavily on optimizing their solutions by reducing costs; thus, bringing about the need for external expertise. Third-party organizations promise timely delivery of products and services, meeting compliance requirements, and optimizing the organization’s overall business performance. Reasons for bringing in a third party […]

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7 undeniable truths to make better software security

Seven years of data gathered from 100+ initiatives provide a bird’s eye view of software security. You can apply lessons from the Building Security In Maturity Model (BSIMM) to your business regardless of your industry, your size, or the mix of your applications. How high can you soar? Learn the seven undeniable truths to make […]

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How to benchmark your software security strategies

Evaluating the progress of your software security journey is essential, but it can be a considerable challenge. Tracking operational metrics doesn’t tell you whether you are doing the right things. Analyst reports are often too general to provide tactical direction. And companies hold their security plans so close to the vest, it makes competitive research […]

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3 presentations you don’t want to miss at AppSec California 2017

The Fourth Annual AppSec California Conference kicks off in one week at the Annenberg Beach House in Santa Monica, California. From January 23-25, security professionals, developers, penetration testers, and QA and testing professionals come together to share their knowledge and experiences about secure systems and secure development methodologies. We’re excited to attend the event as Platinum […]

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BSIMM7 explores emerging software security trends and evolution

BSIMM7 was released October 4th, 2016. That’s just a few weeks before the seventh annual BSIMM Community Conference convened on Amelia Island, Florida. This year’s BSIMM conference was well attended, with 160 participants representing 60 of 95 BSIMM firms from across the globe. The energy and enthusiasm at the conference was palpable. There is nothing […]

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