Secure development

Secure development is a practice to ensure that the code and processes that go into developing applications are as secure as possible. Secure development entails the utilization of several processes, including the implementation of a Security Development Lifecycle (SDL) and secure coding itself.

A Software Development Life Cycle (SDL) is a framework that defines the process of developing an application from its inception to its decommission.

SDLs include the following phases:

  • Planning and requirements
  • Architecture and design
  • Test planning
  • Coding
  • Testing and results
  • Release and maintenance

Today's best practice is to integrate security are concerned activities across the SDL to help to discover and reduce vulnerabilities by early and effective building security in.

A Secure SDL process ensures that the following activites are the integral part of the very development process:

  • penetration testing,
  • code review,
  • architecture analysis

While adopting SDL approach the project benefits in:

  • More satisfied stakeholders and customers since security is a continuous and common concern for any Web based business 
  • Early detection of flaws in the system
  • Cost reduction as a result of early detection and resolution of issues
  • Overall reduction of intrinsic business risks for the organization

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