Cybercrime

Why is software so vulnerable, and what can be done?

The weaknesses hackers exploit aren’t broken windowpanes or rusty hinges. Image: REUTERS/Kacper Pempel

Thomas Holt

Associate Professor of Criminal Justice, Michigan State University

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