Security Recommendations from Cyber Safety Review Board


See new guidelines for improving overall software security and dealing with specific threats.

A new report from the Cyber Safety Review Board (CSRB) includes strategic and actionable recommendations for securing software and managing vulnerabilities, writes FOSSlife.

Specifically, the report spells out 19 recommendations to help organizations deal with threats and improve overall security, including:

  • Maintain an accurate IT asset and application inventory
  • Invest in capabilities to identify vulnerable systems 
  • Have a documented vulnerability response program as well as a documented disclosure process 
  • ​​Increase investments in open source software security

Read more at FOSSlife.


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