Secure Development Framework
by Glyn Geoghegan - Principal Consultant in Corsaire’s Security Assessment team - Monday, 21 June 2004.
This whitepaper deals with developing a secure framework, both for internal and outsourced development. Within this context, secure development is considered to be the process of producing reliable, stable, bug and vulnerability free software.

It focuses on why a secure development framework is needed, touches on its benefits and provides an overview of how organisations can implement such strategies successfully. A simple software development model is used as an example in the paper, but the theories are expected to be developed and adapted to suit the specific methodologies and goals of any environment.

Download the paper in PDF format here.

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