Sunshine on Secure Software: Baking Security into your SDLC Process

Sunshine on Secure Software: Baking Security into your SDLC Process

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by Natalie "Sunny" Wear
     
 

Provides a step-by-step guide on how to bake security techniques into the software life cycle. This book poses a challenge to move security, privacy and compliance into functional business requirements. Security, privacy and compliance are generally not addressed or only nodded to in the SDLC instead of giving the same priority as standard functional requirements. If…  See more details below

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Provides a step-by-step guide on how to bake security techniques into the software life cycle. This book poses a challenge to move security, privacy and compliance into functional business requirements. Security, privacy and compliance are generally not addressed or only nodded to in the SDLC instead of giving the same priority as standard functional requirements. If security, privacy and compliance are given the same attention, priority and adherence to process as functional requirements, the rewards will be a tremendous boost of confidence in company brand and quality of software. Such rewards translate into revenue, which is what every business wants! This book will show how organizations can meet this challenge.

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ISBN-13:
9781626757998
Publisher:
BookBaby
Publication date:
04/29/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
100
File size:
2 MB

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Sunshine on Secure Software: Baking Security into your SDLC Process 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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Reviewed by Darin Godby for Readers' Favorite Author Natalie "Sunny" Wear gives the reader an in-depth look at how security can be added to our electronic world by enhancing the consumer's protection. While this book gives a lot of computer terms for the computer wizard, it also enables the average reader to better understand how vulnerable they are if they don’t take extra precautions to keep outside hackers from viewing their personal information.  The purpose of this book is mainly for those who are developing software for their organization or company. It is designed to help the software designer to better protect what they are writing and then passing along that protection to the people within the organization so the individual as well as the organization will be more secure.  Sunshine on Secure Software is a much-needed book in the information age in which we live. While there are people everywhere trying to hack into our personal and business affairs, this book will help designers to better protect themselves and their companies. This book offers great detail for the designer, as well as diagrams and charts for the reader to better visualize what the author is trying to convey. Some of the topics within this book are: Designing Your Thread Model, Constructing Secure Code From The Beginning, Peer Code Reviews as well as Testing Like A Hacker. These topics give the reader much to consider when designing software and how it can be protected from outside sources. Author Natalie "Sunny" Wear isn't new to the software field; she has been working in this area for over 20 years. She teaches, writes and designs software, and is qualified to help the reader better design their software effectively.