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Evolution and Innovation in Secure Software Engineering for Modern Cybernetics: A Review
  • Dr.Faisal Nabi ,
  • XUJUAN ZHOU
Dr.Faisal Nabi
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XUJUAN ZHOU
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Abstract

Secure software engineering remains a perennial topic of discussion and exploration within the research and scientific communities. This paper delves into the historical evolution of software strategy and its intersection with the realm of secure software engineering. Past approaches have ranged from life cycle solutions to taxonomy-based identification of attack origins. In light of these approaches, we systematically examine the challenges that have been encountered over time, spanning various aspects of software engineering. A key emphasis of this review is on illuminating novel insights and methodologies that pave the way for the present and future of secure software engineering. By scrutinizing the origins of flaws, errors, and faults in software development, we propose a distinctive approach for early-stage detection and mitigation. Our work highlights the importance of identifying vulnerabilities in the nascent stages of the software life cycle. Key findings of this study encompass a nuanced taxonomy that categorizes vulnerabilities based on their inception points and their evolution throughout the software development process. Furthermore, we elucidate the critical significance of integrating cybernetics principles into secure software engineering practices.