Security engineering 101 : when good design and security work together / Wendy Knox Everette.

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Everette, Wendy Knox [Browse]
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[Place of publication not identified] : O'Reilly Media, 2020.
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"Security concerns are often dealt with as an afterthought--the focus is on building a product, and then security features or compensating controls are thrown in after the product is nearly ready to launch. Why do so many development teams take this approach? For one, they may not have an application security team to advise them. Or the security team may be seen as a roadblock, insisting on things that make the product less user friendly, or in tension with performance goals or other business demands. But security doesn't need to be a bolt-on in your software process; good design principles should go hand in hand with a strong security stance. What does your engineering team need to know to begin designing safer, more robust software from the get-go? Drawing on experience working in application security with companies of various sizes and maturity levels, Wendy Knox Everette (Leviathan Security) focuses on several core principles and provides some resources for you to do more of a deep dive into various topics."--Resource description page.
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Presenter, Wendy Knox Everette.
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When good design and security work together
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