Security Development Lifecycle May Be Outdated

The Security Development Lifecycle (SDL) is a set of Microsoft-published software development practices that aim to minimize security vulnerabilities. Documentation, templates, and tools supplied by Microsoft help customers use the SDL, and several updates to these arrived after the strategy's debut. However, few updates have arrived in recent years, while development trends, such as an emphasis on cloud and mobile solutions, have continued to evolve. Therefore, the SDL may not be adequate for new projects.

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