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Strategies For Improving Web Application Security
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MROBINSON000
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5/31/2013 | 11:07:42 AM
re: Strategies For Improving Web Application Security
Great article, I enjoyed reading it! We also wrote an article on this topic, more exactly we discussed about how application security can make development projects more predictable and efficient - you can check it out here http://blog.securityinnovation...
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5/21/2013 | 12:13:46 PM
re: Strategies For Improving Web Application Security
It's great to see additional focus on application security. It's interesting to think about the role that components, many of them open source, play in today's web applications. Frameworks like Struts, components that manage logging, database access, security, etc. In many cases applications are made up of a majority of components, which leads to the need to manage the components - both from a security and licensing perspective.

Mark Troester
Sonatype
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