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Robert Hurlbut
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Happy to announce I have been renewed as a Microsoft MVP for 2016 for the category of Visual Studio and Development Technologies with an emphasis on Developer Security. 

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Recently, James Sturtevant (@Aspenwilder) interviewed me for Microsoft Channel 9 Dev Radio ‪#‎DevRadio‬ on Developer Security. It's now live.

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Join me for the O’Reilly Software Architecture online conference on March 1 http://oreil.ly/1SvGTea I’m talking about #ThreatModeling

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As your company develops software, you must think of security at every phase. Security can not be an "add on" at the end of the project. But, how do you know if the security in your software was done right?

You need a Secure Code Review!

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Your Website: If you like it you should put an S on it

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Bryan Hogan links to a podcast I did with him on security - his article focuses on those talking about online privacy.

Threat modeling is a way of thinking about what could go wrong and how to prevent it. Instinctively, we all think this way in regards to our own personal security and safety. Yet, often many software shops either skip the important step of threat modeling in secure software design or, after creating pretty diagrams, forget the models to do the "real work" of writing software without understanding potential problems. Based on last year's excellent book on Threat Modeling: Designing for Security by Adam Shostack, this session introduces threat modeling and creating threat models as a part of secure software design. We will also cover how to track threat models and some strategies for applying risk management in dealing with the threats.

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