I have observed an interesting behavior in that the vast majority of IT
executives still haven't heard about the principles behind secure
coding. My take says that we are publishing information in all the wrong
places. IT executives don't really read ACM, IEEE or other the sporadic
posting from bloggers but they do read CIO, Wall Street Journal and most
importantly listen to each other.

What do folks on this list think about asking the magazines and
newspapers to publish? I am willing to gather contact information of
news reporters and others within the media if others are willing to
amplify the call to action in terms of contacting them. 

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