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Security & Governance

Software Security & Governance

Software Security and Software Quality Engineering combine to create robust and secure software.

While Software Security focuses on measures aimed at protecting software applications from attacks and threats, Software Quality Engineering deals with the overall quality of the software, including its functionality, performance, usability, and reliability. Integrating these two disciplines leads to a holistic approach in software development that not only includes security aspects from the beginning of the development process but also ensures that quality is not neglected in favor of security. Through this connection, development teams can ensure that software products not only meet functional requirements but are also robust against security threats. This approach promotes awareness of security within the development team, improves the resilience of the software against cyber attacks, and helps to increase end-users' trust in the software products.

Quality starts in the head - with trainings from Software Quality Lab

We offer the following seminars and trainings on this topic in the Software Quality Academy:

  • ISO/IEC 27001 Foundation (English)

    In 2013, ISO/IEC 27001 was published as an internationally acknowledged standard describing different control mechanisms for information security. In 11 surveillance areas, 39 major categories are to be found. They are linked to 133 security measures, which ensure compliance of these control goals.

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