- Author:Douglas A. Ashbaugh CISSP
- Publisher:Auerbach Publications; 1 edition (October 23, 2008)
- Pages:321 pages
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Douglas A. Ashbaugh CISSP.
Douglas A. Examining current trends and problems that have plagued application development for more than a decade, this book provides a foundation for security risk assessment and management during software development. It demonstrates how to achieve greater application security through assessing and managing risk throughout the entire software development life cycle using a test case based on the author?s personal experience in software development. The book covers methods used to assess risk, discussing the pros and cons of each method
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Current trends in application security. Risk assessment methodologies. Looking at risk assessment and risk management within the phases of the software development life cycle. Identification of Vulnerabilities. Identification of Assets. Maintaining a risk assessment and risk management process. Author(s) Bio. Ashbaugh, CISSP. We provide complimentary e-inspection copies of primary textbooks to instructors considering our books for course adoption. Request an e-inspection copy. Recommend to Librarian.
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Assessing and Managing S. .has been added to your Cart. The book essentially describes the McCumber Cube information security methodology. And the McCumber Cube methodology is indeed interesting and worth the read. Unfortunately, the author wrote around it a whole book! In the first part the author describes the bases on the information security and relates it to the McCumber Cube (without really describing what the Cube is! Luckily, the hardcover has a picture of i.
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Application security is a relatively new, yet very exciting field. 7. Managing Security Risks. 8. Risk Assessment and Risk Mitigation Activities in the SDLC. Douglas A. Ashbaugh".
Application security is a relatively new, yet very exciting field. It is being driven by a number of open source, government, regulatory, and industry organizations, but the need for application security is, sadly enough, the fact that software continues to be developed that isn’t secure. 9. Maintaining a Security Risk Assessment and Risk Management Process. Download More Engineering Books. You May Also Like These E-Books:- Computer Fundamentals.
Threats to application security continue to evolve just as quickly as the systems that protect against cyber-threats. Security Software Development. In many instances, traditional firewalls. Threats to application security continue to evolve just as quickly as the systems that protect against cyber-threats. In many instances, traditional firewalls and other conventional controls can no longer get the job done. The latest line of defense is to build security features into software as it is being developed. Drawing from th. Table of contents.
The latest line of defense is to build security features into software as it is being developed.
Threats to application security continue to evolve just as quickly as the systems thatprotect against cyber-threats. In many instances,traditional firewalls and other conventional controls can no longer get the job done.The latest line of defense is to build security features into software as it is being developed.
Drawing from the author’s extensive experience as a developer, Secure Software Development: Assessing and Managing Security Risks illustrates how software application security can be best, and most cost-effectively, achieved when developers monitor and regulate risks early on, integrating assessment and management into the development life cycle. This book identifies the two primary reasons for inadequate security safeguards: Development teams are not sufficiently trained to identify risks; and developers falsely believe that pre-existing perimeter security controls are adequate to protect newer software. Examining current trends, as well as problems that have plagued software security for more than a decade, this useful guide:
Outlines and compares various techniques to assess, identify, and manage security risks and vulnerabilities, with step-by-step instruction on how to execute each approach
Explains the fundamental terms related to the security process
Elaborates on the pros and cons of each method, phase by phase, to help readers select the one that best suits their needs
Despite decades of extraordinary growth in software development, many open-source, government, regulatory, and industry organizations have been slow to adopt new application safety controls, hesitant to take on the added expense. This book improves understanding of the security environment and the need for safety measures. It shows readers how to analyze relevant threats to their applications and then implement time- and money-saving techniques to safeguard them.