Secure software development can be easier than you think, but also more difficult than you would hope.
Which challenges must be overcome and how software can become (more) secure in the cheapest or fastest way.
An insight into the experience of integrating and applying a Secure Software Development Lifecycle (S-SDLC) in small, medium, and global businesses: Whether Microsoft’s S-SDLC, NIST SP 800-218, or the IEC 62443, often a lot depends on the structure, collaboration, trust, agility, and transparency along the way.
We give an insight into the security features of TeamViewer Tensor within the topic of Zero Trust, developed based on our S-SDLCs. These allow us, in a secure manner, to remotely access, control, manage, monitor, and repair devices of all kinds – from laptops and mobile phones to coffee machines and robots.