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Calls for an NTSB?

by adam on February 20, 2017

In September, Steve Bellovin and I asked “Why Don’t We Have an Incident Repository?.” I’m continuing to do research on the topic, and I’m interested in putting together a list of such things. I’d like to ask you for two (…)

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15 Years of Software Security: Looking Back and Looking Forward

by adam on August 18, 2011

Fifteen years ago, I posted a copy of “Source Code Review Guidelines” to the web. I’d created them for a large bank, because at the time, there was no single document on writing or reviewing for security that was broadly (…)

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Armoring the Bombers that Came Back

by adam on December 20, 2010

Paul Kedrosky writes: Most of us have heard the story of armoring British bombers, as it’s too good not to share, not to mention being straight from the David Brent school of management motivation. Here is the Wikipedia version: Bomber (…)

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