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[January 07, 2014]

Research and Markets: Driving to Root Cause Vulnerability Remediation

DUBLIN --(Business Wire)--

Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "Driving to Root Cause Vulnerability Remediation" report to their offering.

Application vulnerabilities are a recognized, pervasive, and significant security concern. As discussed in this SPIE, involvement in secure software development by security professionals pales relative to their level of concrn over application vulnerabilities. Additionally, form and function priorities for application developers keep secure software development at the low end of their priority ladders. These points notwithstanding, there is reason to be optimistic that secure software development will gain increasing favor among application development and security teams.

Key Topics Covered

1. Introduction

2. Limited Involvement in Secure Software Development

3. Expanding Risk

4. Progress in Application Security Scanning Products

5. Stratecast - The Last Word

6. About Stratecast

7. About Frost & Sullivan (News - Alert)

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