5 Trends in Software Security

2015 brought a number of high-profile security breaches, putting company and consumer information at risk. Ashley Madison, VTech, even the Department of Health and Human Services had their data compromised.

It could have been avoided.

You've heard this before, but companies like DCG, and my company, proServices, will continue to bring it up until security is taken more seriously. The first step is staying aware of the latest security threats in order to appropriately ward them off. But, as one risk dies out, another will always take its place.

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Rob Cross
PSC, Vice President

Written by Rob Cross at 05:00

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