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Information Security resources for Application Developers

Security Responsibilities of Application Developers

  1. Ensure that your web applications follow Penn's security standards.
  2. Make sure that the system administrator of your server has taken steps to see that your server is properly secured.
  3. Ensure that access to your sensitive applications is properly authenticated and authorized.
  4. Subscribe to your operating system vendor and application software vendors' security advisories email list.
  5. Report all critical security incidents to information security.

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Last updated: Friday, July 13, 2007

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