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Architecting secure software systems.


Architecting secure software systems.

Talkder, Asoke K. and Manish Chaitanya.

CRC / Taylor & Francis


446 pages




Written for software developers, engineers, and architects, this book explores all aspects of building a secured software system from the ground up, covering the entire security lifecycle from the requirement analysis phase through design, programming, testing, and deployment. Developers are encouraged to rethink programming in order to embed security features as they write programs. The book takes a multi- platform approach, detailing security protocols for UNIX, .NET, Java, mobile, and web environments and allowing readers to integrate material into their own programming paradigm. Talukder is affiliated with SRIT House, India. Information on Chaitanya is not given.

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Date:Jun 1, 2009
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