help classify if secure coding is optional & priority of implementation

As there's shortage of resource & time, I need to take out some of the implementations
& prioritize the secure (re)-coding implementation.

Anyone care to fill up as much as possible : some of it are filled : refer to blue text
fifth column
Gnl-Secure-Coding-Guideline-v0-3ee.xlsx
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btanExec ConsultantCommented:
Added in yellow on the recommendation - hope it help. you will need to review in your context. Actually fundamental secure coding like avoid unsafe function (and etc) should be for all system and leave it to owner to prioritise instead otherwise it defeat purpose of checklist
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