Mike Mimoso talks to Cigital CTO and software security pioneer Gary McGraw about the latest results pulled from the Building Security In Maturity Model (BSIMM).
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The head of an international nuclear energy consortium said this week that a cyber attack caused a ‘disruption’ at a nuclear power plant in the last several years.
In Cigital’s seventh annual Building Security in Maturity Model report, cloud, agile software development and IoT factor into maturing secure software movement.
Government ICS report reveals access control a major issue for sector along with nagging issues around poor code quality and cryptography.
Cisco released a patch for a critical flaw that allowed a remote attacker to gain control of one of its email security appliances.
Cisco rolls out a bevy of patches tied to vulnerabilities found in its cloud services platform, IOS software and Prime Home products.
A House Committee report slammed the former U.S. defense contractor saying he has done “tremendous damage” to the United States national security.
The White House hired retired Brigadier General Gregory J. Touhill as the first federal CISO.
A report on the U.S. Office of Personnel Management breaches that exposed sensitive data belonging to more than 22 million people has sparked a cavalcade of finger pointing, politicking and squabbling over who knew what first.
Microsoft adds .NET Core and ASP.NET to its bug bounty program offering bug hunters payouts that range from $500 to $15,000.