Secure coding lessons from Microsoft

Wednesday, 23 May 2007, 4:23 AM EST

Microsoft's security development lifecycle (SDL), a methodology for secure software development, is going beyond the corporate walls of Microsoft and into the hands of enterprise software producers, according to company executives.

At Microsoft's Security Day event held in Bellevue, Wash. last Friday, executives said the SDL has been made publicly available for developer shops for use in their own environment as a means to produce bug-free applications.

At IT Business.

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