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Integrating Security into the Software Development Life Cycle (SSDLC)

Integrating Security into the Software Development Life Cycle (SSDLC)

A Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) is a framework that defines the process used by organizations to build software.

Why secure the development life cycle?

Most security vulnerabilities are introduced during the early stages of the development process. By baking security into these earlier stages you can eliminate flaws that are difficult and costly to fix at a later stage.

Going secure by default also enables compliance, as more industry regulations require Secure SDLC.

What CyberCamp can do for you?

CyberCamp experts work all across the development life cycle to incorporate security practices:

  • Security Training & Awareness

  • Planning and Requirements – defining security requirements and abuse cases, identifying security compliance requirements

  • Architecture and Design – architecture review, secure design guidelines, and threat modeling

  • Development – secure coding guidelines, code audit, and static security testing

  • Testing – performing dynamic security testing

  • Release and Maintenance – secure deployment guidelines, secure update mechanisms, incident response planning

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