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Keynote: Defining and Embracing The Software Fragility - Bernard Tan
What makes software great? Is it because its anatomy can be simple, complex, or both? Or could it be because of its soft nature, or fragile if you wish? While these are positive characteristics, they inadvertently increase a software's attackable surface area.
As software becomes more complex, fragile and "softer", cyber adversaries have more opportunities to exploit and cause damage. Developers must balance between developing software quickly and securely while ensuring its fragility is not exploited.
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