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Core Software Security Security at the Source

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Genere:Libro
Lingua: Inglese
Pubblicazione: 06/2021
Edizione: 1° edizione





Note Editore

"... an engaging book that will empower readers in both large and small software development and engineering organizations to build security into their products.... Readers are armed with firm solutions for the fight against cyber threats."—Dr. Dena Haritos Tsamitis. Carnegie Mellon University"... a must read for security specialists, software developers and software engineers. ... should be part of every security professional’s library." —Dr. Larry Ponemon,Ponemon Institute"... the definitive how-to guide for software security professionals. Dr. Ransome, Anmol Misra, and Brook Schoenfield deftly outline the procedures and policies needed to integrate real security into the software development process. ...A must-have for anyone on the front lines of the Cyber War..." —Cedric Leighton, Colonel, USAF (Ret.), Cedric Leighton Associates"Dr. Ransome, Anmol Misra, and Brook Schoenfield give you a magic formula in this book - the methodology and process to build security into the entire software development life cycle so that the software is secured at the source! "—Eric S. Yuan, Zoom Video CommunicationsThere is much publicity regarding network security, but the real cyber Achilles’ heel is insecure software. Millions of software vulnerabilities create a cyber house of cards, in which we conduct our digital lives. In response, security people build ever more elaborate cyber fortresses to protect this vulnerable software. Despite their efforts, cyber fortifications consistently fail to protect our digital treasures. Why? The security industry has failed to engage fully with the creative, innovative people who write software.Core Software Security expounds developer-centric software security, a holistic process to engage creativity for security. As long as software is developed by humans, it requires the human element to fix it. Developer-centric security is not only feasible but also cost effective and operationally relevant. The methodology builds security into software development, which lies at the heart of our cyber infrastructure. Whatever development method is employed, software must be secured at the source. Book Highlights: Supplies a practitioner's view of the SDL Considers Agile as a security enabler Covers the privacy elements in an SDL Outlines a holistic business-savvy SDL framework that includes people, process, and technology Highlights the key success factors, deliverables, and metrics for each phase of the SDL Examines cost efficiencies, optimized performance, and organizational structure of a developer-centric software security program and PSIRT Includes a chapter by noted security architect Brook Schoenfield who shares his insights and experiences in applying the book’s SDL framework View the authors' website at http://www.androidinsecurity.com/




Sommario

IntroductionThe Importance and Relevance of Software SecuritySoftware Security and the Software Development Lifecycle Quality Versus Secure CodeThe Three Most Important SDL Security Goals Threat Modeling and Attack Surface Validation Chapter Summary—What to Expect from This BookReferencesThe Secure Development Lifecycle Overcoming Challenges in Making Software Secure Software Security Maturity Models ISO/IEC 27034—Information Technology—Security Techniques—Application Security Other Resources for SDL Best Practices SAFECode U.S. Department of Homeland SecuritySoftware Assurance Program National Institute of Standards and Technology MITRE Corporation Common Computer Vulnerabilities and Exposures SANS Institute Top Cyber Security Risks U.S. Department of Defense Cyber Security and Information Systems Information Analysis Center (CSIAC) CERT, Bugtraq, and SecurityFocus Critical Tools and Talent The Tools The TalentPrinciples of Least PrivilegePrivacyThe Importance of MetricsMapping the Security Development Lifecycle to the Software Development LifecycleSoftware Development Methodologies Waterfall Development Agile Development Chapter Summary References Security Assessment (A1): SDL Activities and Best Practices Software Security Team Is Looped in Early Software Security Hosts a Discovery Meeting Software Security Team Creates an SDL Project Plan Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) Plan Initiated Security Assessment (A1) Key Success Factors and Metrics Key Success Factors Deliverables Metrics Chapter Summary ReferencesArchitecture (A2): SDL Activities and Best Practices A2 Policy Compliance Analysis SDL Policy Assessment and Scoping Threat Modeling/Architecture Security Analysis Threat Modeling Data Flow Diagrams Architectural Threat Analysis and Ranking of Threats Risk Mitigation Open-Source Selection Privacy Information Gathering and AnalysisKey Success Factors and Metrics Key Success Factors Deliverables Metrics Chapter Summary References Design and Development (A3): SDL Activities and Best Practices A3 Policy Compliance Analysis Security Test Plan Composition Threat Model Updating Design Security Analysis and Review Privacy Implementation AssessmentKey Success Factors and Metrics Key Success Factors Deliverables Metrics Chapter Summary References Design and Development (A4): SDL Activities and Best PracticesA4 Policy Compliance AnalysisSecurity Test Case Execution Code Review in the SDLC/SDL ProcessSecurity Analysis Tools Static Analysis Dynamic Analysis Fuzz Testing Manual Code Review Key Success FactorsDeliverablesMetrics Chapter Summary References Ship (A5): SDL Activities and Best PracticesA5 Policy Compliance AnalysisVulnerability Scan Penetration Testing Open-Source Licensing ReviewFinal Security Review Final Privacy ReviewKey Success Factors Deliverables Metrics Chapter Summary References Post-Release Support (PRSA1–5)Right-Sizing Your Software Security Group The Right Organizational Location The Right People The Right Process PRSA1: External Vulnerability Disclosure Response Post-Release PSIRT Response Post-Release Privacy Response Optimizing Post-Release Third-Party ResponsePRSA2: Third-Party Reviews PRSA3: Post-Release CertificationsPRSA4: Internal Review for New Product Combinations or Cloud DeploymentsPRSA5: Security Architectural Reviews and Tool-Based Assessments of Current, Legacy, and M&A Products and Solutions Legacy Code Mergers and Acquisitions (M&As) Key Success Factors DeliverablesMetrics Chapter SummaryReferencesApplying the SDL Framework to the Real World Introduction Build Software Securely Produce Secure Code Manual Code Review Static Analysis Determining the Right Activities for Each Project The Seven Determining Questions Architecture and Design TestingFunctional Testing Dynamic Testing Attack and Penetration Testing Independent TestingAgile: Sprints Key Success Factors and Metrics Secure Coding Training Program Secure Coding Frameworks (APIs) Manual Code Review Independent Code Review and Testing (by Experts or Third Parties) Static Analysis Risk Assessment Methodology Integration of SDL with SDLC Development of Architecture Talent MetricsChapter Summary ReferencesPulling It All Together: Using the SDL to Prevent Real-World ThreatsStrategic, Tactical, and User-Specific Software Attacks Strategic Attacks Tactical Attacks User-Specific Attacks Overcoming Organizational and Business Challenges with a Properly Designed, Managed, and Focused SDL Software Security Organizational Realities and Leverage Overcoming SDL Audit and Regulatory Challenges with Proper Governance Management Future Predications for Software Security The Bad News The Good News Conclusion References Appendix Index




Autore

Dr. James Ransome is the Senior Director of Product Security and responsible for all aspects of McAfee’s Product Security Program, a corporate-wide initiative that supports McAfee’s business units in delivering best-in-class, secure software products to customers. In this role, James sets program strategy, manages security engagements with McAfee business units, maintains key relationships with McAfee product engineers, and works with other leaders to help define and build product security capabilities. His career has been marked by leadership positions in private and public industries, including three chief information security officer (CISO) and four chief security officer (CSO) roles. Prior to entering the corporate world, James had 23 years of government service in various roles supporting the U.S. intelligence community, federal law enforcement, and the Department of Defense.James holds a Ph.D. in Information Systems. He developed/tested a security model, architecture, and provided leading practices for converged wired/wireless network security for his doctoral dissertation as part of a NSA/DHS Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education program. He is the author of several books on information security, and Core Software Security: Security at the Source is his 10th. James is a member of Upsilon Pi Epsilon, the International Honor Society for the Computing and Information Disciplines, and he is a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), and a Ponemon Institute Distinguished Fellow.Anmol Misra is an author and a security professional with a wide range of experience in the field of information security. His expertise includes mobile and application security, vulnerability management, application and infrastructure security assessments, and security code reviews. He is a Program Manager in Cisco’s Information Security group. In this role, he is responsible for developing and implementing security strategy and programs to drive security best practices into all aspects of Cisco’s hosted products. Prior to joining Cisco, Anmol was a Senior Consultant with Ernst & Young LLP. In this role, he advised Fortune 500 clients on defining and improving information security programs and practices. He helped corporations to reduce IT security risk and achieve regulatory compliance by improving their security posture.Anmol is co-author of Android Security: Attacks and Defenses, and is a contributing author of Defending the Cloud: Waging War in Cyberspace. He holds a master’s degree in Information Networking from Carnegie Mellon University and a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Computer Engineering. He is based out of San Francisco, California.










Altre Informazioni

ISBN:

9781032027418

Condizione: Nuovo
Dimensioni: 9.25 x 6.25 in Ø 1.68 lb
Formato: Brossura
Illustration Notes:53 b/w images and 16 tables
Pagine Arabe: 414


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