MSDN Webcast: More Secure Online Services Powered by the Microsoft Security Development Lifecycle  (Level 300)
MSDN Webcast: More Secure Online Services Powered by the Microsoft Security Development Lifecycle (Level 300)
Event ID: 1032389195
Language(s): English.
Product(s): Other.
Audience(s): Pro Dev/Programmer.

Microsoft Security Development Lifecycle (SDL) is well known for its security success stories with flagship Microsoft box products like Windows Vista, Microsoft SQL Server 2005, and SQL Server 2008. However, the SDL applies equally to Web applications and online services as it does for client/server applications. In this webcast, we demonstrate the most common and most dangerous threats to online services, and we describe the coding procedures and tools required by the SDL to mitigate or defeat these threats. Additionally, we discuss some strategies on how to implement the SDL successfully in the fast-paced environment of online services on the Internet, in which development teams can literally be delivering new versions of their products every single day.

Presenter: Bryan Sullivan, Security Program Manager, Microsoft Corporation

Bryan Sullivan is a security program manager on the Security Development Lifecycle (SDL) team at Microsoft. He is a frequent speaker at industry events, including Black Hat, BlueHat, and the RSA Conference. Bryan is also a published author on Web application security topics. His first book, AJAX Security, was published by Addison-Wesley in 2007.



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