Blekinge Institute of Technology, BTH, has a distinctive focus on the digitalisation of society and sustainability.<br> BTH’s task is to contribute to a more sustainable societal development through higher education, research and innovation. BTH conducts education and research in fields in which society has major needs.<br> Through international excellence, we contribute to digital and sustainable transformation. As an institute of technology, we have a responsibility and a unique opportunity to make our contribution to both regional and national competitiveness and to global sustainability.<br> External engagement with wider society and the private sector contribute to making us more attractive and ensuring that our education and research maintain high quality and relevance.<br>
The purpose of the course is to show how security practices can be integrated into different software development processes (traditional, agile, continuous) and how to assess the maturity of the integration. The student will learn about different models, with a focus on a specific one touching upon security practices during software design, implementation, verification, and operation. In order to take different backgrounds and previous knowledge of the students into account, the course also covers the necessary background information on classical and security-oriented software development process models. The course enables students to assess the maturity of secure software development processes based on a model.