Our next SoundByte, “Incorporating Security Practices into your Development Lifecycle”, will be run on Friday 17th September 2010 from 11:00 – 12:00 UK Time. The session is charged at the rate of 1 hour from your ADM contract for up to 2 Live Meeting connections (and unlimited attendees at each of these connections). If you require further information on this subject after the event, you can of course engage with the ADM team as usual to setup a suitable session.
SoundBytes are short, focused, technical sessions aimed at developers and architects, delivered by an ADM over Live Meeting. Attendees will be given time to ask questions, and receive a copy of the material presented in the session.
Incorporating Security Practices into your Development Lifecycle (David Goon)
Date & Time
Friday 17th September 2010 from 11:00 – 12:00 UK Time
1 hour for up to 2 Live Meeting connections per ADM contract
This is a practical approach to embedding elements of the Microsoft Security Development Lifecycle (SDL) into your everyday projects. It will cover common vulnerability scenarios, a selection of activities from the Simplified SDL model and an overview of Threat Modeling. Improved security is always an important goal but it is not always clear how one can work towards it. The information provided by this session aims to provide ideas for quick wins based on current ADC experience.
To book a place on this SoundByte, please contact your ADM, specifying the names, email addresses, and telephone numbers of all the required attendees.
Please keep an eye on this blog or contact your ADC for information on future SoundBytes.