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Microsoft’s security culture

Robert Scoble:: “If there’s one thing that I’m suprised about Microsoft’s culture, it’s this security advocacy (it’s not the only example, either. Product development teams that I’m involved in start out with a discussion of how to build a secure product — I hear that’s a sea change over a few years ago). It’s one place that the public image and the internal culture aren’t meshed yet.”
Robert, I don’t think that’s “public image” – it’s just that the products don’t reflect this culture. I’m ready to believe they are trying their best, but it just isn’t showing yet.

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