As software security evolves it becomes more difficult to manage, making a Software Security Group (SSG) a necessity for your organization. Without a core group of individuals fighting to keep the security of the firm strong, it will be nearly impossible to stay safe in today’s environment.
In his latest Search Security article, Gary McGraw discusses how the data presented by 23 BSIMM firms at their recent conference proves the importance of companies establishing a SSG and how they should be organized for success. The two also breakdown SSGs in terms of five different organizational approaches: Services, Policy, Business Unit, Hybrid, and Management.
To read more on the right way to mold an SSG, read How to build a team for software security management.