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A Secure Development Approach Pays Off
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chloedigitalmaelstrom
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User Rank: Strategist
6/20/2019 | 3:35:53 PM
Secure Software Development Life Cycle
"Software security shouldn't be an afterthought." This sums it up - utilizing security throughout the whole process rather than throwing it in at the end will make for a safe and secure end-product.

This article provides really clear insight as to why the security is an absolute necessity when it comes to development. The tech advisory business at which I work, Digital Maelstrom, has been utilizing this Secure Software Development Life Cycle for the past several years and it has consistently yielded great results. Following this life cycle proved to be so effective with our clients that we even began offering it as one of our main services under the umbrella of our Security pillar. Thanks for posting, Leigh-Anne.


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