Re: [SC-L] Software security video podcast

2007-10-29 Thread Wisseman, Stan [USA]
: Re: [SC-L] Software security video podcast J.M. Seitz wrote: Software security can be tricky when it comes to requirements, mostly because customers and consumers don't explicitly demand security, rather they impicitly expect it. Wait a second here, don't customers also implicitly expect

Re: [SC-L] Software security video podcast

2007-10-29 Thread Shea, Brian A
PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of John Mason Jr Sent: Saturday, October 27, 2007 10:12 AM To: Secure Coding Subject: Re: [SC-L] Software security video podcast J.M. Seitz wrote: Software security can be tricky when it comes to requirements, mostly because customers and consumers

Re: [SC-L] Software security video podcast

2007-10-27 Thread John Mason Jr
J.M. Seitz wrote: Software security can be tricky when it comes to requirements, mostly because customers and consumers don't explicitly demand security, rather they impicitly expect it. Wait a second here, don't customers also implicitly expect that the software is going to run? I mean I

[SC-L] Software security video podcast

2007-10-18 Thread Gary McGraw
hi sc-l, Software security can be tricky when it comes to requirements, mostly because customers and consumers don't explicitly demand security, rather they impicitly expect it. That's one of several points in this video podcast produced by Addison-Wesley. Check it out: