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Agile software development is a set of principles for software development in which requirements and solutions evolve through collaboration between self-organizing, cross-functional teams.

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What are security best practices and compliance areas in Agile Software Development process

How do you ensure on a high level that developed software is secure and compliant. We want to introduce a service checklist that will list each item, including "Security and Compliance" section. It ...
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Security Testing Methods for Enterprise Level

I have been asked to perform risk assessment for a company. The scope covers about 100 applications and in various business units. Major task is to assess currently implemented security controls and ...
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Best practices for the development of security solutions [closed]

IT firms developing security solutions (such as antivirus or Auth systems) are required to adopt a more sophisticated level of management and quality control while developing their products. Security ...
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How can security audits be integrated into an agile project?

If we give a security auditing company a working system, and ask them to audit it, and only do that once during a project because it's expensive, this is basically waterfall. How can security ...
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How do I secure my SaaS startup?

I came across this question I like to offer my startup also for security advice. Objective: building a SaaS web application that allows businesses to quickly open up online stores akin to Yahoo! ...
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I am looking for feedback on Secure Development Lifecycle for Scrum that has been tested?

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, ...
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Startup security

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 ...