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Thursday, February 12, 2004
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With the recent flood of issues surrounding MyDoom, it is good to see Microsoft take some time to educate developers on secure coding principles and practices.

Microsoft has announced a special week of webcasts (Feb 16-20) addressing the most important and newly emerging security issues surrounding developers. Topics range from corporate security reviews and computer crime to a host of webcasts aimed specifically at developers. These webcasts are designed to help developers write applications that are resistant to security attacks. Webcasts will address a broad range of issues facing developers today: specific coding techniques to make applications inherently more secure, SQL Server considerations, authentication and authorization, Enterprise Security Portals, and protecting your intellectual property with Code Access Security. Tune in as top industry experts walk you through key security concepts that will help your organization -- and the code you write -- rise to the security challenges we all face today.

Here are the webcasts I will be tuning into:

If you want to check out the full list of available webcasts, you can check it out here.

[Dana Epp's ramblings at the Sanctuary]

Tags:: Security
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