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10 security-by-design principles to include in the SDLC


Security is rarely a priority in the SDLC, but it should be. Adhere to these security-by-design principles for secure software and learn the importance of threat modeling.

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Applications are rarely built with security in mind. As has been the case for more than 20 years, time and resource constraints hinder developers' ability to put the necessary security precautions in place. In fact, 49% of respondents to a 2021 ZeroNorth survey said the pressure to release new applications makes it difficult to spend time ensuring software security.

Building security into the software development lifecycle (SDLC), a process known as security by design, offers many benefits, including increased quality and performance and reduced costs. Security by design, however, isn't easy. Beyond resource and time constraints, software complexity and the constant introduction of new features and software revisions make security by design ...


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