Security testing processes should be defined and implemented in the development life cycle.
Security testing in development and acceptance is a process that helps identify and mitigate security vulnerabilities in software applications before they are deployed. This type of testing is typically done during the development and acceptance phases of the software development life cycle (SDLC).
Security testing during the development phase includes a variety of techniques such as code reviews, penetration testing, and fuzz testing. These techniques help to identify and fix security vulnerabilities in the code before it is deployed.Acceptance testing is the final stage of testing before the software is released to the customer. It verifies that the software meets the specified acceptance criteria and that it is free of known security vulnerabilities. This can include functional testing, performance testing, and security testing.The goal of security testing during development and acceptance is to ensure that the software is free of known security vulnerabilities and that it meets the security requirements before it is deployed. By identifying and mitigating security vulnerabilities early in the SDLC, the cost of fixing them later on can be reduced or avoided.It also helps to comply with the industry standards and regulations such as PCI-DSS, HIPAA, SOC2 etc.
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