There is a constant battle between cybercriminals and IT security staff especially when it comes to code developed inhouse. The belief that a single missed punctuation or use of a specific (thought to be) trusted open-sourced library or code fragment could potentially open up new security leaks or vulnerabilities is a daily reality as seen with the volume of news touting new breaches. Standard quality practices should also include ongoing security assessments in order to get ahead of this curve.

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