Michael Howard’s blog: Crash-Course in SDL

Microsoft called up more than 50 technical experts from the its OEM partners this week for a two-and-a-half-day refresher course in the software giant’s Security Development Lifecycle (SDL), the company’s initiative aimed at drastically reducing the number of vulnerabilities shipped in its products.

The presentations will cover threat modeling, secure coding and the hacker viewpoint, Michael Howard, security program manager for Microsoft, said on his blog.

See previous article about M. Howard’s SDL book here.

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