RSA conference has machine-learning, cloud-based solutions on display

It’s no secret that computer security is a difficult area of expertise. At the annual RSA Conference in San Francisco this week, attendees were treated to a host of solutions to solve their security woes. As usual, however, software development is not the focus. Robert Griffin, chief security architect at RSA, agreed that developing secure software is a difficult order, and said that typically features trump security in the software development life cycle. “The pressures I felt in the 80s and 90s looking for when code would cause problems; that pressure doesn’t seem to be there at the moment,” he said. “The model built by Google and Microsoft has supplanted so much that it’s hard to think about security. There needs to be a new methodology that reinserts security models…


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