Universities aren’t training software developers in security. Does that matter?

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If you want a good job but you aren’t born into the family business, it usually takes at least two things: opportunity and training. And it’s clear that the opportunity part is there in software development and security.

Software is everywhere. It was almost a decade ago, after all, that Marc Andreessen, Netscape cofounder and…

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I’m a security advocate at the Synopsys Software Integrity Group. I write mainly about software security, data security and privacy.

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Taylor Armerding

Taylor Armerding

I’m a security advocate at the Synopsys Software Integrity Group. I write mainly about software security, data security and privacy.

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