IT - Operations

Maintaining and safeguarding code is an inherent part of the software development lifecycle

"For developers, software programs are a never-ending work in progress. From adding new features, revising code, and resolving vulnerabilities, software publishers release updates or patches to ensure their software applications remain fully functional and secure. For clients, legacy or outdated software tools can appear harmless - but the reality is that most code contains vulnerabilities.

In this article, we look at patch management, how patching works, and best practices for safeguarding software integrity..."

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