Microsoft: baking security in

Monday, 26 June 2006, 12:29 AM EST

"All software has security defects," insists Michael Howard, senior security program manager at Microsoft. "You either do something about it, or you don't."

In the past few years, Microsoft has learned to write more secure code. In a session given at last week's TechEd conference, Howard explained some of the lessons that the company has learned in developing its Security Development Lifecycle (SDL), and shared advice for developers who want to improve the quality of their own code.

At IT Business Net.

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