Legacy Cobol code an increasing problem in computer security, claims research

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Legacy Cobol code an increasing problem in computer security, claims research
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Legacy Cobol code an increasing problem in computer security, claims research

Study finds 'security through obscurity' doesn't work and that investment in modern IT also helps improve security

A study of US federal government security breaches has pointed the finger of blame - at least in part - on Cobol code still running on a plethora of legacy systems. The study purports to refute the...

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