Security Talk: Fending Off Attacks by Reducing an Application's Attack Surface
Event ID: 1032517654
Language(s): English.
Product(s): Microsoft Forefront Client Security, Microsoft Forefront Security for Exchange Server, Microsoft Forefront Security for Office Communications Server, Microsoft Forefront Security for SharePoint and Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server.
Audience(s): Architect, Designer, IT Implem_App/LOB Spec, IT Implem_Desktop/EndUser Spec, IT Implem_Infrastructure Spec, NonProfessional Developer, Pro Dev/Programmer and Tester.
The attack surface of an application is the set of ways in which an adversary can enter your software and potentially cause damage. The larger the attack surface, the more insecure the software. Reducing your attack surface is a key security practice required in the design phase of Microsoft Security Development Lifecycle (SDL) process. Attack surface reduction reduces the inherent risk your software application carries. In this Security Talk Series webcast, we present best practices for minimizing code exposed to untrusted users and protecting against vulnerabilities and threats that you don't know about.
Duration: 1 hour(s)
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