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Report: Not enough software security training at agencies
Friday - 11/12/2010, 3:12pm EST
Nearly 80 percent of government personnel and contractors said their organization didn't provide sufficient training and guidance for software security, according to a report from non-profit IT security trade group (ISC)2.
More than a third said that improving security is training and education should be a top priority.
InfoSecurity reports that security personnel should create a checklist. The list can include questions like, "Am I meeting the National Institute of Science and Technology requirements?" and "Am I compliant with the software development life cycle?"
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