Academy & Industry Research Collaboration Center (AIRCC)

Volume 11, Number 18, November 2021

Security in Agile Development, use Case in Typeform


Pau Julià, David Salvador and Marc Peña, Security Team, Typeform, Spain


Software development methodologies have evolved during the last years to reduce the time to market to the minimum possible. Agile is one of the most common and used methodologies for rapid application development. As the agile manifesto defines in its 12 principles, one of its main goals is to satisfy the customer needs through early and continuous delivery of valuable software. Significantly, that none of the principles refers to security. In this paper, we will explain how Typeform integrates security activities into the whole development process, reducing at the same time the phases on the S-SDLC to reduce friction and improve delivery while maintaining the security level.


Security, S-SDLC, SDLC, AGILE, Development, Methodology, Use Case.