Improving Trust and Security in Open Source Projects
A proposal to build and operate a program called the Trust and Security Initiative (TSI) and a set of recommendations for other security issues that need investment and help.
If you open the news on any given day and read about the latest data breach, you are reminded that software security is hard.
When you take a step back and think about the volume of emerging technology and think about industry trends such as increasing the velocity of software releases and the reuse of code and services, you could be forgiven for holding your hands up and concluding that things are trending in the wrong direction for us to ever have secure software.
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