Definition Edit

An app security requirement is

[a] requirement that ensures the security of an app. A general requirement is an app security requirement that defines software characteristics or behavior that an app must exhibit to be considered secure. A context-sensitive requirement is an app security requirement that is specific to the organization. An organization's app security requirements comprise a subset of general and context-sensitive requirements.[1]

References Edit

  1. NIST Special Publication 163, Glossary, at 32.

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