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What about the SDLC?

All about the process and life cycle

Organizations developing applications usually follow a process by which each application is designed, developed, tested, and deployed.

These stages define the processes and it´s called the software development lifecycle, often referred to as the SDLC. This lifecycle helps shaping the way their apps are built and defines the exact processes each application should go through, as well as the milestones an application needs to hit before going to the next stage of the SDLC.

Secure SDLC?

A Secure SDLC is a process which has security touch points in every stage.

Secure SDLC's go above and beyond the current SDLC structure in order to ensure that the applications being deployed are secure upon release, without creating a delay in the original SDLC.

The biggest advantages of organizations adopting a secure SDLC:

- creating a high-quality, secure product Both SDLC and Secure SDLC ,around five stages, where within each stage of the SDLC (Requirements, Design, Development, Testing, and Deployment) there are security processes to be done during that time: Risk assessment, threat modeling and design review, static analysis, security testing and code review, and finally security assessment and secure configuration.

Static Analysis for a Secure SDLC

Static code analysis (SCA) is one of the driving forces behind the secure SDLC philosophy after the requirements have been clearly defined and clarified to the developers.

One of the biggest advantages of using static code analysis throughout the SDLC is that testing can be fully automated, enabling developers to implement secure coding practices and sanitize the whole development process with minimal effort.

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