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In this book chapter, the authors recommend specific development practices for improving the overall security of your C/C++ application.
In this sample chapter from the book Secure Coding in C and C++, Robert Seacord discusses integer operations, vulnerabilities, mitigation strategies, and more.
In this forward from the book Secure Coding in C and C++, Richard Pethia describes the critical importance of software vulnerabilities and secure coding in particular.
In this index, you can see the topics covered in the book Secure Coding in C and C++.
In this book chapter, the authors discuss modern principles of software assurance and identify a number of relevant process models, frameworks, and best practices.
In this book chapter, the authors describe methods of incorporating security requirements engineering into software engineering courses and curricula.
In this book chapter, the authors present SQUARE, a security requirements approach, privacy requirement elicitation, and security risk assessment techniques.
In this book chapter, Nancy Mead describes issues in developing security requirements, useful methods, including details about the SQUARE method.
In this book chapter, the authors discuss successful collaborations between industry and universities that improve software engineering education.
In this book, Robert Seacord describes how to write secure C and C++ code and avoid the software defects most likely to cause exploitable vulnerabilities.