Homeland Security helps secure open source code
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is extending the scope of its protection to open-source software.
Through its Science and Technology Directorate, the department has given $1.24 million in funding to Stanford University, Coverity and Symantec to hunt for security bugs in open-source software and to improve Coverity's commercial tool for source code analysis, representatives for the three grant recipients told CNET News.com. Homeland Security helps secure open-source code | CNET News.com
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