How-to-Guide for Software Security Vulnerability Remediation
By Dan Cornell
The security industry often focuses attention on finding security vulnerabilities. Unfortunately, this is only the first step toward actually addressing associated risks, and addressing risks is arguably the most critical step in the vulnerability management process. To complicate matters further, most application security vulnerabilities cannot be fixed by the security team but require code-level changes to address underlying issues. Therefore, security vulnerabilities must be transferred to software development teams, prioritized and added to their workloads.
This how-to-guide examines steps required to remediate software-level vulnerabilities properly, and recommends best practices organizations can use to be successful in their remediation efforts.
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