The SolarWinds attack, and all its ramifications, have made news headlines for months. Tim Brown, the company’s CISO and VP of Security spoke exclusively to iTWire to lay out what really happened - and what did not happen. It is also a sobering call to how software development practices can never be the same again.
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Software developers are finding their productivity and wellbeing has been hit as a result of COVID-19, according to a new worldwide study led by the University of Adelaide’s School of Computer Science in collaboration with Dalhousie University in Canada.
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