I've actually been using a secure software slogan for a few years, both in
teaching and in pitching business. It's taken from Howard and LeBlanc's
book "Writing Secure Code":

- Security features are not secure features -

The statement mesmerizes people and aguably needs a "necessarily" to be
more precise. But it's short and does the trick for me---it separates
adding security functions from trying to secure all functions in the
system (during all phases).

   Regards, John

John Wilander, PhD Student
Computer and Information Sc.
Linkoping University, Sweden
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