alexa Abstract | Survey: Classification and Validation of Security Patterns in SDL

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In software engineering, expert guidance is encapsulated in the form of security design patterns which provide reusable solutions to recurring security specific problems. More security design patterns catalogs are available and the security pattern community has produced significant contributions with these patterns, many of them are applicable to design phase. We believe it is better to explain how to use a proven methodology (Security design patterns) to design security architectures that accurately fit the needs of application design, rather than depends on a range of fixed architectures. We propose secure aware software development life cycle (saSDLC) by using the security patterns as reusable component during SDLC

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Author(s): Aruna ER


Secure aware, Software development life cycle, Nonfunctional requirements, Security design patterns, Basic and Applied Science, Basic research, Applied research, Research and Development, Technology life cycle

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