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In today's commercial enterprises, information security staffs spend years building walls around their business applications. That's good, but practitioners have known for years that - for a real chance at corporate safety - the enterprise's application programmers must also build security into the business software. That is, application programmers need to build security features into their products and not just avoid using exploitable code. That current efforts are inadequate is evident by the fact that even the powerful combination of a sound perimeter and front-to-back application security do not suffice against the highly sophisticated attacks launched against today's networks. One surprising reason: there is all too often a cultural and physical separation between the software development staff and the information security staff in large enterprises. Enterprise Software Security bridges that gulf by identifying the issues that distinguish and keep the two groups apart and suggesting practical, actionable guidance of how best to collaboratively address the security needs of the enterprise.
This book helps programmers design, write, deploy, and operate better enterprise software applications; and it helps network security engineers make better use of the applications' output. Used correctly, Enterprise Software Security could result in not just better code, but better security applications as well. Enterprise Software Security is unique in that it draws ideas from two distinct disciplines, software engineering and network security, to produce a new, holistic approach to enterprise protection. For example, the authors provide detailed coverage of how software can actively contribute to the intrusion detection and response processes. Drawing on case study files, they show how software should - and can - be made to play a vital active role in protecting an enterprise before, during, and after security incidents. Software can and should take active measures to safeguard customer data, business processes, and other sensitive data within the scope of the application. This is a big-picture book with specific, actionable advice.
- AutorDan S. Peters,Diana L. Burley,Kenneth R. Van Wyk,Mark G. Graff
- Seiten301 Seiten
- Gewicht519 g