Software Isn't Complete Unless It's Secure

Developers need to make security a priority from the earliest stages of planningand buyers should demand nothing less

A high-quality, good-looking, comfortable car that sips fuel would seem to be the ideal vehicle. However, if a closer inspection reveals that it has no door locks, air bags, seat belts, or anti-lock brakes, then no one should buy it.

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