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There is a clear mandate for better education and training that cannot be ignored.

More than 57 percent of respondents claimed that a lack of education and training support hampered their ability to deliver secure software. Over 70 percent felt that there was insufficient security guidance for key technology models such as cloud, virtualization, mobile devices and mainframes.

Failure to take software security seriously is putting organizations, brands and people at risk, says software delivery analyst firm Creative Intellect Consulting in its inaugural report on the “State of Secure Application Lifecycle Management.”

The report highlights the disconnect between secure software policy and implementation, begging the question as to whether organizations are really ready and able to deliver secure software targeting technologies such as cloud computing and mobile delivery platforms.

In association with information security professional body (ISC)2® and the International Association of Software Architects (IASA), Creative Intellect conducted a survey of software development, IT and information security professionals around the world to develop its report. This slideshow highlights key findings from the report.

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