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Digital Supply Chain Security: Outsourced Code Development - Forbes

I am a Global Security Advocate for Akamai Technologies. I have almost two decades of industry experience with extensive experience in IT operations and management. I am the founder of the security site Liquidmatrix Security Digest and co-host of the Liquidmatrix podcast. As well, I also serve on the (ISC)2 Board of Directors. Prior to my current role, I worked in the finance, healthcare, entertainment, manufacturing and critical infrastructure verticals. I've worked for a defense contractor as a security consultant to clients such as the FBI, US Navy, Social Security Administration, US Postal Service and the US Department of Defense to name a few. When not at work I can be found spending time with my family, playing bass guitar and polishing my ??brick of enlightenment.

Last month I took some time to write about digital supply chain security in general as well from the perspective of partner networks . I had a chance to speak about this at the RSA Security Conference in Singapore and one piece that resonated with some of the attendees was around outsourced code development.

I fully understand why a companies in would want to seek out developers over seas to shore up their code development efforts. There are many smart developers that are available at a mere fraction of the cost that they would be in say, the US. But, this reliance on overseas coders can sometimes cause a failure of oversight on the part of the company who has contracted the work. I have witnessed too often where code would be excepted into production releases without being properly reviewed first. This sort of behaviour always struck me as odd. These were large enterprises that had accepted on faith that the code that their outsourced provider had written for them was error free and without any security issues. Or rather, they just accepted it when it worked. A frustrating behaviour that was driven by organization that was focused on deadlines that did not take into account proper process. Time is money was something that was taken a little too literally. If the code compiled it shipped.

One such organization had contracted with a company in India to provide augmentation for their development team. Simple enough of an engagement. Then our team started asking questions. The first question we had, after finding no mention of security in the contract, was to discover if any sort of access review had ever been conducted since the contract was signed. Pulling the access logs for a 24 hour period was fairly uninteresting at first. There were logins from Chennai, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Goa, Pune and Bangalore. Nothing out of the ordinary there. But, the times seemed a little peculiar. The first login was at 6:43 pm and the last was at 7:55 pm. I scratched my head trying to puzzle out why this was causing me to think something was amiss.

Digital Supply Chain Security: Outsourced Code Development - Forbes


Autodesk reveals Spark, an open software platform for 3D printing along with ... - Daily News & Analysis

Autodesk unveiled, their latest design innovation Spark, an open software platform for 3D printing which they are counting on to democratize the 3D printing technology , at its annual mega- design event, Autodesk University India & SAARC , 2014 held in Mumbai on 11-12 September.

So far the 3D printing industry is scattered across various price points with nothing close to an industry standard and Autodesk, could really take advantage of that fact and could become the "Android" of 3D printing.To do this, Autodesk not only launched Spark but also implemented it in their own 3D printer to serve as a reference implementation. Autodesk hinted through this creation that the Spark platform can create a new industry standard for the otherwise fragmented 3D printing industry.

Spark is made open and can be freely licensed to hardware manufacturers. Autodesk also encourages Development and experimentation and will make the design of their 3D printer publically available. Autodesk will make a range of materials available to the printer through their in house products and those from third party manufacturers.

Autodesk reveals Spark, an open software platform for 3D printing along with ... - Daily News & Analysis


Autodesk unveils open software platform for 3D printing - Deccan Chronicle

Design solutions major Autodesk has unveiled Spark, its latest innovation for 3D printing technology and amplifying its adoption in industry. Spark is an open software platform for 3D printing, which aims to make the process more reliable, simpler and easier to control, it said.

The software was unveiled at the firm's annual design event, Autodesk University India and SAARC 2014, here on September 11-12. Autodesk Senior VP Worldwide Steve Blum said 3D printing has the potential to revolutionise manufacturing and bring powerful new ways to design and cater to businesses around the world. "Later this year Autodesk will release Spark and our own Autodesk 3D printer as a reference implementation of software," he added. Spark is open and freely licensable to hardware manufacturers.

The complete design of Autodesk 3D printer will be made publicly available to allow for further development and experimentation. The printer will be able to use a broad range of materials, made by Autodesk and others. "Spark is the manifestation of our vision to democratise design technology and make it accessible for every person who wants to design and make things," Autodesk (India and SAARC) Managing Director Pradeep Nair said.

3D printing has the potential to disrupt the market and usher in the new industrial revolution by empowering users to imagine, design and create, he added.

Autodesk unveils open software platform for 3D printing - Deccan Chronicle


Autodesk unveils open software platform for 3D printing - Economic Times

Tourists on Vishakhapatnam-Araku Valley route will be the first in the country to travel in glass-domed coaches and enjoy the spectacular view.

Venture capitalists are taking riskier but smaller bets in early stage funding rounds of startups as they are apprehensive of missing bus, if late.

As per National Restaurant Association of India, Indian food services industry has seen a steady growth in past few years & will grow in next 5 years.

The Index of Industrial Production for the month of July came in at 0.5% versus a robust 3.4% in June. An ET Now poll had estimated IIP to be at 1.9%.

Autodesk unveils open software platform for 3D printing - Economic Times


Bangalore: Two killed in car crash, flyover engineers arrested - Indian Express

In an unprecedented case the Bangalore traffic police have arrested two engineers from the Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) for the death of two persons in a traffic accident on a flyover on the Outer Ring Road in the city last week.

The BDA engineers who were involved in the construction of the flyover have been charged with negligence in not installing proper signages on the flyover resulting in a cab driver crashing his car on September 3 and causing his own death and that of a software engineer who was heading for the Bangalore airport with his wife. The airport traffic police who investigated the case arrested the two BDA engineers on Friday for not installing proper signages for the Outer Ring Road flyover at Devarabeesanahalli.

The Deputy Commissioner of Police for traffic (East division) MN Babu Rajendra Prasad said that the arrested persons were Sripadaraj, an Assistant Executive Engineer and Pradeep, an Assistant Engineer. A third person from the BDA was also arrested and was identified as the project in-charge Vinobha.

The traffic DCP said that the work on the flyover at Devarabeesanahalli had been in progress for a few years but the project remained incomplete. The BDA meanwhile had not put up any sign boards to caution people about hazards while using the road. We wrote a letter to the BDA in May after sensing danger at this accident site. We requested the BDA to install signages and warned of criminal action if any thing were to go wrong. They ignored our letter and warnings.

Bangalore: Two killed in car crash, flyover engineers arrested - Indian Express


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