Microsoft teaches PC makers on security
Microsoft is teaching PC makers its security practices.
The software giant is giving details of its Security Development Lifecycle to experts from computer hardware companies at a multiday event in Redmond, Wash., Michael Howard a senior security program manager at Microsoft, wrote in a blog post Tuesday night.
"As part of our ongoing SDL efforts, we are hosting a 2.5 day event here in Redmond for our OEM partners-?over 50 senior technical experts from the biggest names in the computer industry," Howard wrote. Microsoft teaches PC makers on security | News.blog | CNET News.com
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