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CISSP: Suggestions to Keep SDLC Secure and Mature

Software development is a complex task, especially as technology changes at the speed of light, environments evolve, and more expectations are placed upon vendors who wish to be the “king of the mountain” within the software market. This complexity also makes implementing effective security more challenging. For years, programmers and developers did not need to consider security issues within their code, but this trend is changing. Education, experience, awareness, enforcement, and the demands of the consumers are all necessary pieces to bring more secure practices and technologies to the program code we all use. Given this environment, what suggestions do you have to keep our SDLC secure and mature?

What to Expect

Grading Rubric

Criteria

Outstanding

100 points

Very Good

90 points

Above Average

80 points

Average

70 points

Below Average

50 points

Poor

30 points

No Response

0 points

Question 1: Student answered the question fully and provided extensive details and explanations to support the answer. Student answered the question fully and provided details and explanations to support the answer but missed some very minor points/topics. Student answered the question fully and provided details and explanations to support the answer but missed several minor points/topics. Student provided basic answer and/or provided some details and explanations to support the answer but missed major points/topics. Student provided insufficient answer or provided insufficient details and explanations to support the answer. Student provided incorrect answer and didn’t provide any supporting details and explanations. Student did not respond to question.

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