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A critical challenge facing software security today is the dearth of experienced practitioners. Approaches that rely solely on apprenticeship as a method of propagation won't scale quickly enough to address this burgeoning problem, so as the field evolves and establishes best practices, knowledge management can play a central role in encapsulating and spreading the emerging discipline more efficiently. This article is about the kinds of security knowledge that can provide a solid foundation for software security practices.

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Security & Privacy, IEEE  (Volume:3 ,  Issue: 2 )