NCS Blog: "Minimum Viable" MUST Include Security

"If you're a startup trying to get a product off the ground, you've probably been told to build an "MVP" - a minimum viable product - as promoted by the Lean Startup methodology. This translates into products being rapidly developed with the least number of features necessary to make an initial sale or two. Oftentimes, security is not one of the features that makes it into the product, and then it gets quickly forgotten about down the road."
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