Importance of Incorporating Security Requirements Within System Architecture Rather Than Retro-Fitting Controls to an Insecure Design
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Overview: Security is one of a number of Nonfunctional necessities any system and solution needs to cater for, others include performance and usability. Disregarding any of them during the design phases of a project is likely to cause problems later on in the project or after the system has gone live. This white paper describes the advantages of including the security requirements within the security architecture and briefs examples of the impacts and drawbacks of trying to retro-fit security into a design.