Trust in Cyberspace

Trust in Cyberspace


Today’s threats are capable of attacking more than just software itself, but are now able to launch more damage by compromising host systems and networks entirely.

That’s why software developers must ensure products are trustworthy, function as expected, and are robust enough to thwart these advanced threats.

This resource dives into the security profile of trusted software, and addresses some of the major threats that impact them. Click through to uncover the key reasons to validate software reliability and resiliency during the software development life cycle, as well as a list of characteristics that define trusted software and computing.


(ISC)2 UK Ltd
26 Feb 2014
26 Feb 2014
8 Page(s)
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