Fifth Domain: How industry and government can partner for more secure systems

Written by ID Technologies    March 16, 2020

A top official at NIST recently stated that “Industry needs to be able to tell government how software was developed and how security measures were integrated into it,” according to Fifth Domain (Eversden). Ron Ross, a fellow at NIST, said “that the future of U.S. national and economic security hinges on industry and government getting the transition to DevOps and DevSecOps, two different software development approaches where collaboration and security considered from the beginning, because they are critical to national and economic security” (Eversden).

ID Tec supports Ross’ statement emphasizing that “the key is ensuring that customers no longer have to worry about the effectiveness and origin of security controls” (Eversden).

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