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Gary talks with Jim Del Grosso (Cigital), Yoshi Kohno (University of Washington), and Christoph Kern (Google) in a roundtable devoted to the new IEEE Computer Society Center for Secure Design. Participants discuss the Center's origin, why design flaws are more difficult to fix than implementation bugs, design flaws in automobile design, and how the top 10 most common flaws recently published by the Center for Secure Design were compiled.
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