Episode 556 – Regulations Are The Bare Minimum Requirements, Go Above Them

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Industry and legal regulations for security are out there to ensure applications are built securely. There is a micsonception that if regulations are followed they are protected. This is not necessarily the case. This episode talks about how regulations are bare minimum requirements, the low bar setting and why you should go above and beyond them.

Be aware, be safe.

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