Source code embedded (SCEM) security framework

Tanveer Zia, Aftab Rizvi

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Abstract

Security in the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) has become imperative due to the variety of threats posed during and after system design. In this paper we have studied the security in system design in general and software development in particular, and have proposed strategies for integration of security in the SDLC. The paper highlights the needs of embedding security right from the earlier processes in the SDLC because patches and controls after the software delivery are more expensive to fix. We propose Source Code EMbedded (SCEM) security framework to improve the design of security policies and standards for the software development process to ensure the security and reliability in government departments such as taxation, auditing, national security, social security, and immigration. It is also envisaged that the implementation of SCEM security framework will ensure commercial and public trust in the software development process within Australia and worldwide, saving enormous redevelopment costs.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication9th Australian Information Security Management Conference (secau Security Congress 2011)
EditorsCraig Valli
Place of PublicationPerth
PublisherSecAU Security Congress 2011, ECU
Pages262-269
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 2011
EventAustralian Information Security Management Conference - Perth, Australia
Duration: 05 Dec 201107 Dec 2011

Conference

ConferenceAustralian Information Security Management Conference
CountryAustralia
Period05/12/1107/12/11

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    Zia, T., & Rizvi, A. (2011). Source code embedded (SCEM) security framework. In C. Valli (Ed.), 9th Australian Information Security Management Conference (secau Security Congress 2011) (pp. 262-269). SecAU Security Congress 2011, ECU.