Video: The security risks of poor quality code - Stuart Okin, managing director of ComsecDate: Aug 27, 2009
Clean code has less bugs and less expose to hackers. If businesses can reduce coding errors they can effectively improve IT security.
UK business typically spends 75% of software development budgets on eliminating security flaws, according to IT cost studies by security firm Comsec Consulting.
In this video, Stuart Okin, managing director at Comsec UK , who used to be chief security officer at Microsoft UK, looks at the risks of poor quality code and discusses ways to improve code quality.