Debating international cyberespionage, poor secure coding practices

Electronic espionage of one sort or another has been taking place for generations, asserts (ISC)2 board member and Idaho State University Professor Corey D. Schou, Ph.D., and that's unlikely to change now that cyberespionage among nation-states has become the intelligence-gathering tactic of choice.

In this video, conducted at the 2012 (ISC)2 Security Congress in Philadelphia, Schou discusses why international cyberespionage and corporate intelligence gathering are inextricably linked. Schou also discusses other secure coding practices and his concerns about cloud computing security, as well as why the security community must do a better job teaching the importance of secure software development practices.

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