Applications developed by public sector organizations have more security debt than those created by the private sector, according to Veracode. Security debt, defined for this report as flaws that remain unfixed for longer than a year, exists in 59% of applications in the public sector, compared to the overall rate of 42%. The research analyzed public sector organizations in more than 25 countries across the globe. “Decades of accumulated security debt in unpatched software and … More

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