Security of open source in a post-Heartbleed world

Danny Palmer
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'We don't have the opportunity to change our minds now, we're using open source, that decision is made,' said Marc Lueck on panel discussion about security

The open source horse has bolted and organisations must scrutinise their network security to ensure the use of such software doesn't put data at risk. That was the consensus of IT leaders speaki...

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