Risky Business #108 -- Is secure code cheap code?

SDL may not make sense for web applications
15 May 2009 » Risky Business

This week's podcast is hosted by Vigabyte virtual hosting and sponsored by Tenable Network Security.

Risky Business 108 takes a look at the SDL as it applies to web applications. White Hat Security's Jeremiah Grossman joins the program to argue secure code, in the case of web applications, isn't necessarily cheaper code. It sounds like heresy, but Grossman makes some pretty compelling points during his interview.

Adam Boileau joins us to discuss the news headlines, and this week's sponsor interview is with Tenable Network Security's CSO Marcus Ranum. This week we talk to Ranum about the ridiculousness of the credit card transaction model.


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