Microsoft Security Development Lifecycle

Trustworthy Computing Security Development Lifecycle ( SDL abbreviated to German development cycle for trusted computing ) is released by Microsoft in 2004 concept for the development of secure software and is aimed at software developers who develop software that needs to withstand malicious attacks. Simplistically, it involves 's and don'ts, tips and tools. It was first used in the development of Windows Vista to use.

SDL is also involved in software development at Microsoft; 2011 pulled the Trustworthy Computing Group of the company an interim assessment of the results achieved so far with this method.


Microsoft 's SDL following principles:

The SDL process