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'Shift Left' & the Connected Car
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ThomasMaloney
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ThomasMaloney,
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11/30/2018 | 1:40:43 AM
Re: Remove it entirely from cars
It is never a straightforward process that we could take a shortcut in when it concerns product developments. We need to ensure that every single step is carefully considered in order to achieve only the best results. Perhaps it is time that we try a new mean to improve our operations in order to still produce the best but at a shorter turnaround to be efficient from every single perspective.
Patrick Ciavolella
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Patrick Ciavolella,
User Rank: Author
7/23/2018 | 8:34:30 AM
Remove it entirely from cars
Vulnerabilities are there not because they were not thuroughly thought out at the beginning but because it was not known at the time. Good guys cant spend the same amunt of time trying to break into items like the bad guys do. If we did we would live in a perfect world where there were no vulnerabilities. We all know this can never be the case, where there is a will there is a way, be it good or bad.
Only real solution is remove this data from cars entirely. It is not essential, people are just becoming lazier and reliant upon them to focus on the task at hand, Driving.
SchemaCzar
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SchemaCzar,
User Rank: Strategist
6/13/2018 | 9:51:14 AM
Agile can't "Shift Left"Security has no "story points"
Security is something that simply cannot be addressed with Agile methodologies.  Security has no story points or other demo-able pieces that you can put at the end of a sprint, for example.  Security doesn't have the visibility needed for Agile's all-important feedback loop. Most importantly, security requires DESIGN.


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