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App Security Still Dogs Developers, End-User Organizations

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Lots of re-used code, cost pressures and long lead times for application software all lead to porous security where application software is concerned, says Chris Eng, Chief Research Officer for Veracode. But an emerging role he calls a "security champion" can help circumvent those problems and make apps safer for everyone.

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6/7/2020 | 12:34:23 PM
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We tried doing something similar with our app but came across the same types of problems. Still hopeful this can be resolved in the future.

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