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Security Engineering Explained

September 13, 2012 No Comments

To design, build, and deploy secure applications, you must integrate security into your application development life cycle by including specific security-related activities in your current software engineering processes.

This whitepaper, written by five Microsoft experts and Security Innovation’s CTO Jason Taylor,  describes in detail the key components of security engineering:

  • identifying security objectives
  • applying security design guidelines, patterns, and principles
  • conducting security architecture and design reviews
  • creating threat models
  • performing security code reviews
  • application security testing
  • conducting security deployment reviews

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