Network Security, Vulnerability Management

SAFECode releases software integrity guidance

The Software Assurance Forum for Excellence in Code (SAFECode), a nonprofit seeking to advance software assurance, on Monday released a new report that offers recommendations for avoiding vulnerabilities in the software development process. The free report, titled "An Overview of Software Integrity Controls: An Assurance-based Approach to Minimizing Risks in the Software Supply Chain," provides best practices areas such as contract agreements with suppliers, source code repositories and confirming received goods are not counterfeit. The report complements SAFECode's integrity framework. — DK

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