Secure Product Development

Designing security for IT assets: Secure Product Development

Secure product development involves industry-standard security activities, designing, packaging, implementing and bug checks before the final product is enrolled in the market; the cycle includes-

  • Requirement-

In the requirements phase, a draft is made which includes all the needs that the product should attend to. This phase could be a formal documentation or an informal one, depending upon the client.

  • The design phase-

The design phase consists of building architecture of the required product and that all the pieces are dealt with. This occurs before the activity codes are written for the product.

  • Implementation or coding-

The next phase is implementation, or writing secure code. Programmers are handed a draft of requirement and design to ensure that all the necessary snippets are stuffed in the final product. A secure coding is done in programming languages like CC++, and Java and it also includes static application security testing (SAST) and dynamic application security testing (DAST) software.

  • The test phase-

This includes industry-standard security tools like- functional test plans, vulnerability scanning, and penetration testing to determine the sustainability of the product so developed.

  • The Release-

Release occurs when all the security activities result in the positive of the tests performed in the ‘Test Phase’. It typically means that the product is now ready to function in the real time and serve its purpose for which it was built.

During SDP, the issues like- protection of assets, inserting security checkpoints into project development phases, and product testing — from unit testing to full system verification are addressed.

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