ISDF

The ISDF framework: integrating security patterns and best practices The rapid growth of communication and globalization has changed the software engineering process. Security has become a crucial component of any software system. However, software developers often lack the knowledge and skills needed to develop secure software. Clearly, the creation of secure software requires more than simply mandating the use of a secure software development lifecycle, the components produced by each stage of the lifecycle must be correctly implemented for the resulting system to achieve its intended goals. In this paper, we demonstrate that a more effective approach to the development of secure software can result from the integration of carefully selected security patterns into appropriate stages of the software development lifecycle to ensure that security designs are correctly implemented. The goal of this work is to provide developers with an Integrated Security Development Framework (ISDF) that can assist them in building more secure software intuitively.

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  1. Alkussayer, Abdulaziz; Allen, William H.: The ISDF framework: integrating security patterns and best practices (2009)