Insecure software: Whose fault is it anyway?

Phil Cracknell, president of the Internet Security Systems Association (ISSA), speaks frankly to Cliff Saran about the challenges in creating applications that balance new functionality with tight security.

Phil Cracknell, president of the Internet Security Systems Association (ISSA), speaks frankly to Cliff Saran about the challenges in creating applications that balance new functionality with tight security. Phil Cracknell also discusses the need to develop mentoring to help IT security professionals progress their careers.

This was last published in November 2007

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