Tanya Janca compares and contrasts quality bugs and security bugs, arguing that they’re quite different and should be treated differently. This logic resonates with me and she has a lot of insights to share along the way. I particularly enjoyed this bit:
You cannot have a high-quality product that is insecure; it is an oxymoron. If an application is fast, beautiful and does everything the client asked for, but someone breaks into the first day that it is released, I don’t think you will find anyone willing to call it a high-quality application.
A good read all the way through to the end. 👍