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Author Robert Collier said that “Success is the sum of small efforts repeated day in and day out.” That’s especially true when it comes to security. By now we all understand that securing your systems isn’t as simple as installing a firewall and calling it a day. Instead, it’s multiple actions and strategies in concert, implemented consistently over time. And believe it or not, one small but important strategy is simply writing code that’s reliable (bug-free) and maintainable (easy to understand). Yes, I know that sounds too simple, and possibly even self-serving. So in this post I’ll lay out some of the evidence for how writing reliable and maintainable code means you’re inherently writing more secure code.
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