Should Software Companies Be Legally Liable For Security Breaches?

Should Software Companies Be Legally Liable For Security Breaches?

By Jon Evans It’s a truism that all software has bugs and security holes. It’s another that license agreements invariably make software vendors immune to liability for damage or losses caused by such flaws. But, to my surprise, Black Hat’s founder and keynote speaker are arguing that software product liability, presumably mandated by governments, is inevitable. If they’re right,… Read More

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