Let’s face it – real software products have security vulnerabilities! While building strong secure software development practices goes a long way towards detecting and helping to eliminate security vulnerabilities during the development process, a strong product security program also needs to be prepared to properly handle and respond to security vulnerabilities found in the product after it has shipped. (more…)
Reeny Sondhi is Sr. Director, Product Security Engineering at EMC Corporation. She is responsible for driving the strategy and execution of EMC’s software security program including EMC’s Security Development Lifecycle, a company-wide initiative to build secure products. She also leads EMC’s common security engineering technologies and the EMC Product Security Response Center, which is responsible for managing and resolving security vulnerabilities in EMC products. Additionally, she has responsibility to lead the security certification strategy and program for EMC products. More ...
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- Impact of the GNU glibc gethostbyname Function Buffer Overflow “GHOST” Vulnerability on EMC/RSA Products - January 29, 2015
- Impact of the GNU Bash ShellShock Vulnerability on EMC/RSA products - September 25, 2014
- Impact of the OpenSSL Heartbleed vulnerability on EMC products - April 11, 2014
- How Product Security Protects & Enables Our Customers to Move the Ball - January 8, 2014
- DevOps & Application Security: People You Need to Know - August 21, 2013