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+ - Customers Pressuring Software Vendors To Clean Up Their Apps->

ancientribe writes: Many large companies under regulatory pressures have been working on writing more secure code for their internal applications, but not all software vendors are doing the same. New data from Veracode and BSIMM shows that buyers are putting the squeeze on their software vendors to produce more secure applications. And guess what: the vendors are going along with it and having their apps vetted.
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Customers Pressuring Software Vendors To Clean Up Their Apps

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