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Cyber Security Engineering: A Practical Approach for Systems and Software Assurance by Carol C. Woody, Nancy R. Mead

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Appendix B. The MSwA Body of Knowledge with Maturity Levels Added

The following content comes from the Master of Software Assurance Reference Curriculum report [Mead 2010a], with maturity levels added for each BoK component.

1. Assurance Across Life Cycles

Outcome: Graduates will have the ability to incorporate assurance technologies and methods into life-cycle processes and development models for new or evolutionary system development, and for system or service acquisition.

1.1. Software Life-Cycle Processes

1.1.1. New development [L4]

Processes associated with the full development of a software system

1.1.2. Integration, assembly, and deployment [L4]

Processes concerned with the final phases of the development of a new or modified software ...

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