Inside IT: Developing Applications With Security Built-In

August 19th, 2014 | | 7:52
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IT Best Practices: Episode 82 – The use of mobile devices in the enterprise – and everywhere for that matter – has increased dramatically over the past several years. This is as true at Intel as anywhere. As the use of mobile devices increased at the company, so did the number of mobile applications written internally. Many apps were one-off and ad-hoc. While a lot of needs were being met with these apps, the lack of process created some issues. In this podcast, we’ll hear from Steve Willoughby, Senior Information Security Specialist at Intel. Willoughby talks about how Intel created its Five Star Application Development program, how security is a key part of this approach, and how Intel’s Secure Development Lifecycle tool bakes security into every stage of application development.

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