Numerous literature sources prove the timeliness of security aspects in software applications. One major reason for this, is the rather frequent occurrence of hacker attacks, which take advantage of software vulnerabilities holes in various areas. In order to make security in software applications measurable and comparable, the CISQ Security-Standard has been established. This standard comprises 22 different metrics, which address interdisciplinary security aspects of software applications. This thesis, “Measurement of CISQ Security Metrics with the help of Static Code Analysis”, is outlining the implementation of static code analysis in CISQ defined metrics and their application to various versions of a selected software project. In this case study, a general improvement of normalized rule violations of almost all metrics in the latest version of the investigated project, have been identified next to security aspects in older versions.