Brian Chess on static code analysis ... Security rollout realities ... Catching top programming errors
This month, Secure Software Advisory is reprinting an interview published on InfoQ.com with Brian Chess, founder and chief scientist of HP Fortify and distinguished technologist at HP. Chess discusses why building security into software development from the beginning is critical, as is static code analysis to uncover potential security vulnerabilities and address them earlier in the development process.
A reader needs to come up with a management plan for a security implementation and an oversight process once the security measures are in place. Can you help? He is looking for real-life examples of rollouts and how readers have improved security procedures within their organizations. Need to fix more programming errors? In this month's best advice column, read numerous suggestions from readers on how to catch bugs and implement best practices.
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