Source: Dark Reading
by Kelly Jackson Higgins
In this article “Microsoft today added two new recruits to its Secure Development Lifecycle (SDL) — a SCADA and smart-grid supplier and the government of India.
The software giant named the latest adopters of its process for writing secure applications today at its first-ever Security Development Conference. in Washington, D.C. The announcement follows that of BITS, the technology division of The Financial Services Roundtable and the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC), which in February issued an SDL-based blueprint for financial-services firms to write more secure internal and customer-facing applications.”