George Capehart wrote: Yes, assuming management cares . . . and that's *my* broken record . . . :) If the tone of my comments was a bit harsh, it is most emphatically not intended to be directed at your thoughts. It is only because of my intense frustration with the situation. When Management
I've been trying to get IT Auditors and the Audit community in general to apply the same due dilligence to operating systems (infrastructure or general controls) that they apply to applications systems testing. I'm not aware of anyone in the IT Audit community doing OS audits - to verify that
FYI this is part of a notice that went out to financial institutions recently. Complete Financial Institution Letter: http://www.fdic.gov/news/news/financial/2004/fil12104.html Highlights: Management is responsible for ensuring that commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) software packages and
Changing liability laws on the other hand is a simple solution. But at what price? It would kill off open source completely, as far as I can see, in the jurisdiction(s) in question. (How many open source projects could afford to defend a liability suit even if they (a) wanted to and (b) had a
I have to say I find your comparison between bridge engineers and software engineers rather troubling. In response to your question: 'Would you accept it was too hard to do a stress analysis from the engineer designing a bridge?' I think, regrettably, we probably would do these days.
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