3rd Edition Releases Guidance Updates and Adds Security Best Practices to Reflect Current and New Considerations in Areas of Third-Party Components, Security Issue Management and Vulnerability Response and Disclosure. Wakefield, Mass. – March 29, 2018 – The Software Assurance Forum for Excellence in Code (SAFECode) announced today the publication of the Fundamental Practices for Secure […]Read more
The Software Assurance Forum for Excellence in Code (SAFECode) announced today that SAFECode Executive Director Steven B. Lipner was named a Fellow of (ISC)² at its 2017 Security Congress in Austin, TX.Read more
SAFECode members collaborate cross industry to address the latest security threats and vulnerabilities. Adobe, Dell EMC, Microsoft, Siemens AG, Symantec, Intel and others provide advance preview of best practices for enhancing secure software assurance programs Wakefield, Mass. – February 7, 2017 – The Software Assurance Forum for Excellence in Code (SAFECode) will be at […]Read more
In an industry that has seen companies come and go with each succeeding wave of computing, Intel has managed to maintain its leadership position. Today, its business has become so broad – spanning everything from virtual reality to IoT – that Intel describes itself as a company that “expands the boundaries of technology to make the most amazing experiences possible.” While not known primarily for its software, Intel relies heavily on software development to enable its innovation.
Over the past decade, Adobe Systems has successfully transformed itself from a desktop publishing and graphics editing software vendor to a hosted cloud solutions provider supporting everything from graphic and web design to digital marketing management. In evolving its software delivery model, it has relied on SAFECode to help guide its efforts and serve as a forum to share information with peers at other companies.
When computer technology behemoth Dell and storage leader EMC merged in September 2016, the $58 billion deal set a record for a tech merger. It also marked a major step forward in Dell Technologies’ strategy to offer customers endto-end solutions spanning everything from servers to storage to networking to virtualization.