Ken, in terms of a previous response to your posting in terms of getting 
customers to ask for secure coding practices from vendors, wouldn't it start 
with figuring out how they could simply cut-and-paste InfoSec policies into 
their own?

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Sent: Thursday, March 08, 2007 11:17 AM
Subject: [SC-L] Information Protection Policies

Hopefully lots of the consultants on this list have been wildly successful in 
getting Fortune enterprises to embrace secure coding practices. I am curious to 
learn of those who have also been successful in getting these same Fortune 
enterprises to incorporate the notion of secure coding practices into an 
information protection policy and whether there are any publicly available 

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