Growing up, I was not very good at making a decision. When presented with multiple choices, I would over analyze each one to the point of becoming stressed out – longing for someone else to make the decision for me.
This is the 38th blog in a series about security and how security is about how you think.
In the last blog, I started to discuss the concept of a “software development lifecycle” (SDL) and how it helps produce great software that doesn’t fail. But is that software secure? How do we know?
Today, we are introducing our latest series of powerful ClearPath Forward® systems, the Libra 8500. Based on Intel x86 processor technology, the Libra 8500 delivers capacity more than doubling that of its last CMOS predecessor and 27 percent greater than what we delivered in the predecessor Libra 8400 just two years ago.
Everyday life increasingly depends on IT systems. It is therefore vital that projects implementing the applications be delivered as far as possible on time, within budget and with full functionality, including performance and, especially, security. What’s likely to maximise the chances of project success?