On May 6, Microsoft released updated versions of white papers on software supply chain security and on critical infrastructure protection.
In “Toward a Trusted Supply Chain: A Risk Based Approach to Managing Software Integrity,” Microsoft’s framework for incorporating software integrity risk-management practices in both the product development process and online services operations is described, writes Kevin Sullivan, Trustworthy Computing principal security strategist.
The second white paper, “Critical Infrastructure Protection: Concepts and Continuum,” draws upon Microsoft’s work with critical infrastructure owners and operators, coupled with the company’s more than three decades of experience with its own internal systems, he writes.
To learn more, and to download the papers, head over to the Microsoft Security Blog.
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