Emerging Cyber Threats Call for a Change in the 'Deliver Now, Fix Later' Culture of Software Development

by ISC2

Mar 05, 2014

Download The demand for new and innovative technology solutions has created a software industry laser focused on speed to market, costs and product functionality. While this may help companies achieve a first-to-market advantage, it has also led to an environment where developers are more focused on meeting unrealistic schedule commitments than producing high-quality software. The result is a "deliver now, fix later" software development culture, where it is acceptable to leave the task of finding and fixing bugs until after the product has been delivered.