Five Eyes Countries Guidance to Help Eliminate Memory Safety Issues
Intelligence agencies from the Five Eyes nations (Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK, and the US) have jointly published The Case for Memory Safe Roadmaps, guidance to help software developers and C-suite executives create memory safe code. The document urges developers to transition to memory safe programming languages (MSLs) and migrate codebases to MSLs.
Thank you for posting this guidance. As a software engineer, it is very important to understand secure coding methods, and the importance of memory issues. I am also glad you included the appendix of memory safe languages.