From Performance Engineering Lab

Bryan Nealer, Principal Program Manager with Microsoft, is giving a talk on 'Microsoft Security Development Lifecycle - Engineering Secure Products'

Where and when? UCD CSI B1.08, 8th May 2015, 11AM.

Abstract: The Security Development Lifecycle (SDL) is a software development process that helps developers build more secure software and address security compliance requirements while reducing development costs. Learn about this process and its application at Microsoft and by its partners.

Bryan Nealer is a Principal Program Manager currently working on Microsoft’s Skype services. He has worked across numerous projects including Windows, Xbox, and more. Nealer has been at Microsoft for 10 years after 4 years at Dell Computer as a software developer. He has a BA in computer science from Northwestern University, a MS in computer engineering from University of Texas at Austin, and an MBA from the University of Washington.