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Security vulnerability checks are important in the Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) because they help to identify and mitigate security vulnerabilities before they are exploited by attackers. Security vulnerabilities can exist in any software, regardless of size or complexity, and they can have a significant impact on businesses and individuals.


By integrating security vulnerability checks into the SDLC, organizations can:
  • Reduce the risk of security breaches and data loss
  • Protect their reputation and customer trust
  • Comply with industry regulations
  • Save money and time in the long run
Security vulnerability checks can be performed at any stage of the SDLC, but they are most effective when integrated early on. This is because it is much less expensive and time-consuming to fix security vulnerabilities in the design and development phases than it is to fix them after the software has been deployed.
There are a variety of different security vulnerability checks that can be performed, including:
  • Static code analysis: This type of analysis inspects the source code of an application for potential security vulnerabilities.
  • Dynamic analysis: This type of analysis inspects the behavior of an application while it is running to identify potential security vulnerabilities.
  • Penetration testing: This type of testing simulates an attack on an application to identify potential security vulnerabilities.


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Secure SDLC Strategy

Secure SDLC integrates SAST, DAST, and SCA into the SDLC, providing comprehensive security coverage for your software.


SAST (Static Application Security Testing) analyzes source code for potential security vulnerabilities.


DAST (Dynamic Application Security Testing) tests running applications for security vulnerabilities.


SCA (Software Composition Analysis) identifies and analyzes open source and third-party components in your software to identify security vulnerabilities.


IaC scans (Infrastructure as Code scans) analyze infrastructure as code templates for potential security vulnerabilities.

Report on Vulnerability



Begin with a compelling introduction that highlights the importance of security in today’s digital landscape. Discuss the rising threats and vulnerabilities that make Secure SDLC a critical aspect of software development


5. Secure Coding Practices:

Highlight the importance of secure coding guidelines, including input validation, error handling, and the prevention of common vulnerabilities like SQL injection and cross-site scripting.

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