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Tuesday, February 19 • 11:00 - 12:30
Positioning Secure Development Lifecycles (SDLC) and maturity models

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Building secure applications involves much more than writing secure code statements. Only when you understand this, your organization will become effective in this.

Modern software is expected to meet basic security and privacy properties. Unfortunately, many organizations struggle to build software that meets these properties. Security always seems to conflict with other business interests, often making it an unfavorable task.

This session investigates how to address the problem in a structured manner. We look at the typical elements that occur in a secure development lifecycle. We discuss different perspectives and illustrate how various activities contribute to software security. Additionally, we explore the relationship between an SDLC and maturity models. Together, these tools allow you to map out your security strategy. In essence, this session provides you with the necessary structure to frame the rest of the course.

This session is intended for all stakeholders involved in software construction.


Bart De Win

Director, PwC

Tuesday February 19, 2019 11:00 - 12:30 CET
West wing (room Lemaître)