A Review of Security Issues in SDLC

Nosheen Nazir, Muhammad Kashif Nazir

Abstract


Software Engineers do not implement security as a continuing process in software development; they give it worth at the end of software development.  Security implementation is an essential on-going routine in each phase of the software development lifecycle. This quantitative type of research investigates the security factors in different phases of Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) and evaluates them from the research community and software engineers. Results are analyzed by using a statistical tool (SPSS), and security rules are proposed in each step of SDLC to assist software engineers and research community.


Keywords


Security in SDLC; Review of SDLC; Security Rules in Software Development.

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