Effects of software security on software development life cycle and related security issues
Mohaddes Deylami, Hanif; Ardekani, Iman; Muniyandi, R.C.; Sarrafzadeh, Hossein
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Citation:Mohaddes Deylami, H., Ardekani, I. T., Muniyandi, R. C., & Sarrafzadeh, A. (2015). Effects of Software Security on Software Development Life Cycle and Related Security Issues. International Journal of Computational Intelligence and Information Security, 6(8), pp.4-12.
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Security is a significant issue in the software development life cycle, and may become much more problematic in the future. In the current state there is no simple solution to the software security issue. Moreover, software developers have to be able to deal with huge numbers of defects in software. Security must be integrated into the development process from the beginning and continue through the design process to improve the security of the released software. This paper discusses software security challenges that one might face when developing enterprise software applications. As an essential concept in software engineering, software security is the process of protecting data and resources in order to achieve a more secure and reliable design and implementation. The main contribution of the paper is to present, in a coherent manner, major existing approaches and to emphasize description and method guidelines in particular. Moreover, this paper shows how to plan and conduct software development projects for creating secure and reliable products. Finally, it reviews the software security attribute requirements.
Keywords:software development life cycle, risk management framework, software security knowledge, software security framework, return on security investment, touchpoints
ANZSRC Field of Research:080309 Software Engineering, 080303 Computer System Security
Copyright Holder:International Journal of Computational Intelligence and Information Security (IJCIIS) (Victoria, Australia)
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