Secure and Resilient Software: Requirements, Test Cases, and Testing Methods

Secure and Resilient Software: Requirements, Test Cases, and Testing Methods

By: Lakshmikanth Raghavan (author), Mark S. Merkow (author)Hardback

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Secure and Resilient Software: Requirements, Test Cases, and Testing Methods provides a comprehensive set of requirements for secure and resilient software development and operation. It supplies documented test cases for those requirements as well as best practices for testing nonfunctional requirements for improved information assurance. This resource-rich book includes: Pre-developed nonfunctional requirements that can be reused for any software development project Documented test cases that go along with the requirements and can be used to develop a Test Plan for the software Testing methods that can be applied to the test cases provided A CD with all security requirements and test cases as well as MS Word versions of the checklists, requirements, and test cases covered in the book Offering ground-level, already-developed software nonfunctional requirements and corresponding test cases and methods, this book will help to ensure that your software meets its nonfunctional requirements for security and resilience. The accompanying CD filled with helpful checklists and reusable documentation provides you with the tools needed to integrate security into the requirements analysis, design, and testing phases of your software development lifecycle. Some Praise for the Book: This book pulls together the state of the art in thinking about this important issue in a holistic way with several examples. It takes you through the entire lifecycle from conception to implementation ... . -Doug Cavit, Chief Security Strategist, Microsoft Corporation ...provides the reader with the tools necessary to jump-start and mature security within the software development lifecycle (SDLC). -Jeff Weekes, Sr. Security Architect at Terra Verde Services ... full of useful insights and practical advice from two authors who have lived this process. What you get is a tactical application security roadmap that cuts through the noise and is immediately applicable to your projects. -Jeff Williams, Aspect Security CEO and Volunteer Chair of the OWASP Foundation

About Author

Mark S. Merkow, CISSP, CISM, CSSLP works at PayPal Inc. (an eBay company) in Scottsdale, Arizona, as Manager of Information Security Policies, Standards, Training, and Awareness in the Information Risk Management area. Mark has more than 35 years of experience in information technology in a variety of roles, including applications development, systems analysis and design, security engineering, and security management. Mark holds a masters degree in decision and info systems from Arizona State University (ASU), a masters of education in distance learning from ASU, and an undergraduate degree in computer info systems from ASU. In addition to his day job, Mark engages in a number of other extracurricular activities, including consulting, course development, online course delivery, and writing columns and books on information technology and information security. Mark has authored or coauthored ten books on IT and is a contributing editor on four others. Mark remains very active within the information security community, working in a variety of roles for the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC), the Financial Services Technology Consortium (FSTC), and the Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council (FSCCC) on Homeland Security and Critical Infrastructure Protection. He is the chairman of the Education Committee for the FS-ISAC and is a founding member of the Research and Development Committee of the FSSCC. Lakshmikanth Raghavan, CISM, CRISC (Laksh) works at PayPal Inc. (an eBay company) as Staff Information Security Engineer in the Information Risk Management area, specializing in application security. Laksh has more than ten years of experience in the areas of information security and information risk management, and has provided consulting services to Fortune 500 companies and financial services companies around the world. Laksh holds a bachelor's degree in electronics and telecommunication engineering from the University of Madras, India. He enjoys writing security-related articles and has spoken on the various dimensions of software security at industry forums and security conferences. This is Laksh's second book.

Contents

Introduction Secure and Resilient Bad Design Choices Led to the Vulnerable Internet We Know Today HTTP Has Its Problems, Too Design Errors Continue Haunting Us Today Requirements & Design: The Keys to a Successful Software Project How Design Flaws Play Out DNS Vulnerability The London Stock Exchange Medical Equipment Airbus A380 Solutions Are In Sight! Notes Nonfunctional Requirements (NFRs) in Context System Quality Requirements Engineering (SQUARE) Agree on Definitions Identify Assets and Security/Quality Goals Perform Risk Assessments Elicit Security Requirements Prioritize Requirements Characteristics of Good Requirements Summary Notes Resilience and Quality Considerations for Application Software and the Application Runtime Environment Relationships among Nonfunctional Requirements Considerations for Developing NFRs for your Applications and Runtime Environment Checking Your Work Summary Notes Security Requirements for Application Software Security Control Types Think Like an Attacker Detailed Security Requirements Identification Requirements Authentication Requirements Authorization Requirements Security Auditing Requirements Confidentiality Requirements Integrity Requirements Availability Requirements Nonrepudiation Requirements Immunity Requirements Survivability Requirements Systems Maintenance Security Requirements Privacy Requirements Summary References Security Services for the Application Operating Environment The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) Standardizing Tools for an Enterprise Architecture Security Technical Reference Model (TRM) Identification and Authentication System Entry Control Audit Access Control Nonrepudiation Security Management Trusted Recovery Encryption Trusted Communications Summary References Software Design Considerations for Security and Resilience Design Issues Architecture and Design Considerations Special Security Design Considerations for Payment Applications on Mobile Communications Devices Designing for Integrity Architecture and Design Review Checklist Summary References Best Practices for Converting Requirements to Secure Software Designs Secure Design Approach Reusable Security APIs/Libraries Security Frameworks Establishing and Following Best Practices for Design Security Requirements Security Recommendations What's an Attack Surface? What Is Managed Code? Understanding Business Requirements for Security Design Summary References Security Test Cases Standardized Testing Policy Security Test Cases Test Cases for Identification Requirements Test Cases for Authentication Requirements Test Cases for Authorization Requirements Test Cases for Security Auditing Requirements Test Cases for Confidentiality Requirements Test Cases for Integrity Requirements Test Cases for Availability Requirements Test Cases for Nonrepudiation Requirements Test Cases for Immunity Requirements Test Cases for Survivability Requirements Test Cases for Systems Maintenance Security Requirements Summary Testing Methods and Best Practices Secure Testing Approach OWASP's Application Security Verification Standard (ASVS) Application Security Verification Levels Level 1-Automated Verification Level 2-Manual Verification Level 3-Design Verification Level 4-Internal Verification Security Testing Methods Manual Source Code Review Automated Source Code Analysis Automated Reviews Compared with Manual Reviews Automated Source Code Analysis Tools-Deployment Strategy IDE Integration for Developers Build Integration for Governance Automated Dynamic Analysis Limitations of Automated Dynamic Analysis Tools Automated Dynamic Analysis Tools-Deployment Strategy Developer Testing Centralized Quality Assurance Testing Penetration (Pen) Testing Gray Box Testing Summary References Connecting the Moving Parts OpenSAMM Security Requirements Security Requirements: Level 1 Security Requirements: Level 2 Security Requirements: Level 3 Security Testing Security Testing: Level 1 Security Testing: Level 2 Security Testing: Level 3 Wrap-Up References Index

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781439866214
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 278
  • ID: 9781439866214
  • weight: 544
  • ISBN10: 143986621X

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