Many approaches exist to define security requirements. To keep it simple, i would say to define a security requirement, one need to model the threat encountered when building up misuse cases for ...
[Edit] I did complete an analysis and framework of concepts that were included into my thesis for extensions to existing frameworks. All of the information in this thread was useful. The direct ...
In software engineering, a design pattern is a general reusable solution to a commonly occurring problem within a given context in software design. Wikipedia lists many different design patterns for ...
As continuing research in Secure Software Development, I found the OWASP Top 10 project list Technical Impact such as: https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Top_10_2010-A1 Similarly, CAPEC list impact in ...
I'm researching models on building security into the SDLC and so far have come across: BSIMM Microsoft SDL Open SAMM Are there any other documents and resources to look into? Specific tools that ...
Data loss protection is a major concern to every industry. The software engineering process involves multiple points for potential data loss, as a number of parties are involved other than the client ...
I'm wondering if anyone has seen any case-studies or references from companies who have implemented a secure development process (eg, SDL or similar) around the cost/effort involved. Obviously each ...
I'm running a lean start-up, and I can't afford to pay a dedicated security expert, what types of precautions can I take? These would need to be cheap, simple to implement, and require minimal time ...
This question is indeed targeting SDL but for Scrum. The A-SDL from Microsoft is nice, but honestly I am not even daring testing it in reality as it seems too academic. I mean what they request for, ...
Microsoft has there simplified SDL: "The Security Development Lifecycle (SDL) is a security assurance process that is focused on software development." "The process outlined in this paper ...