Definition Edit

Baked-in security is

[t]he inclusion of security mechanisms in an information system beginning at an early point in the system's lifecycle, i.e., during the design phase, or at least early in the implementation phase.[1]

References Edit

  1. Internet Security Glossary 31 (RFC 4949) (Ver. 2) (Aug. 2007).

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