Apple Gets Security Lecture from Microsoft
Apple is getting a lecture on its security response process from the unlikeliest of places.
In a classic flipping of the script, a Microsoft program manager who regularly serves as the public face of the software maker's security response process rapped Apple for the way it handles security guidance to customers.
In a series of entries on his personal blog at Stepto.com, Microsoft program manager Stephen Toulouse called on the Cupertino, Calif.-based Apple to hire a security czar and revamp the way information is released when Mac OS X updates are shipped. Apple Gets Security Lecture from Microsoft
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