When creating, deploying, and maintaining software, most organizations have a well-oiled machine in place. However, when it comes to securing that software, this is not the case. Many development teams still perceive security as interference, something that slows progress and keep them from getting cool new features to market.
But insecure software puts organizations at increasing risk. New features are not helping if the products or services have exploitable vulnerabilities. Instead, development teams need to integrate security into the entire software development life cycle (SDLC), so that it enables the delivery of high-quality, highly secure products to the market.
A secure software development lifecycle involves integrating security testing and other activities into an existing development process. Examples include writing security requirements alongside functional requirements, doing an architectural risk analysis and performing vulnerability analysis.
Seadot Cybersecurity has the experience to help you establish and maintain a Secure Development Life Cycle. Let us know if you are interested in our help!