CISA and Partners Issue Secure-By-Design Principles for Software Manufacturers

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The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, the FBI, the National Security Agency and cybersecurity authorities of other international allies on Thursday published joint guidance urging software manufacturers to bake secure-by-design and-default principles into their products. 

The cybersecurity guidance is the first of its kind, and is intended to speed up cultural shifts within the technology industry that are needed to achieve a safe and secure future online. 

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