Evolution of Security Engineering Artifacts (bibtex)
by Felderer, Michael, Katt, Basel, Kalb, Philipp, Jürjens, Jan, Ochoa, Martín, Paci, Federica, Tran, Le Minh Sang, Tun, Thein Than, Yskout, Koen, Scandariato, Riccardo, Piessens, Frank, Vanoverberghe, Dries, Fourneret, Elizabeta, Gander, Matthias, Solhaug, Bjørnar and Breu, Ruth
Abstract:
Security is an important quality aspect of modern open software systems. However, it is challenging to keep such systems secure because of evolution. Security evolution can only be managed adequately if it is considered for all artifacts throughout the software development lifecycle. This article provides state of the art on the evolution of security engineering artifacts. The article covers the state of the art on evolution of security requirements, security architectures, secure code, security tests, security models, and security risks as well as security monitoring. For each of these artifacts the authors give an over- view of evolution and security aspects and discuss the state of the art on its security evolution in detail. Based on this comprehensive survey, they summarize key issues and discuss directions of future research.
Reference:
Evolution of Security Engineering Artifacts (Felderer, Michael, Katt, Basel, Kalb, Philipp, Jürjens, Jan, Ochoa, Martín, Paci, Federica, Tran, Le Minh Sang, Tun, Thein Than, Yskout, Koen, Scandariato, Riccardo, Piessens, Frank, Vanoverberghe, Dries, Fourneret, Elizabeta, Gander, Matthias, Solhaug, Bjørnar and Breu, Ruth), In International Journal of Secure Software Engineering, volume 5, 2014.
Bibtex Entry:
@article{ijsse14,
abstract = {Security is an important quality aspect of modern open software systems. However, it is challenging to keep such systems secure because of evolution. Security evolution can only be managed adequately if it is considered for all artifacts throughout the software development lifecycle. This article provides state of the art on the evolution of security engineering artifacts. The article covers the state of the art on evolution of security requirements, security architectures, secure code, security tests, security models, and security risks as well as security monitoring. For each of these artifacts the authors give an over- view of evolution and security aspects and discuss the state of the art on its security evolution in detail. Based on this comprehensive survey, they summarize key issues and discuss directions of future research.},
author = {Felderer, Michael and Katt, Basel and Kalb, Philipp and J{\"{u}}rjens, Jan and Ochoa, Mart{\'{i}}n and Paci, Federica and Tran, Le Minh Sang and Tun, Thein Than and Yskout, Koen and Scandariato, Riccardo and Piessens, Frank and Vanoverberghe, Dries and Fourneret, Elizabeta and Gander, Matthias and Solhaug, Bj{\o}rnar and Breu, Ruth},
doi = {10.4018/ijsse.2014100103},
isbn = {9781466684737},
issn = {1947-3036},
journal = {International Journal of Secure Software Engineering},
keywords = {modelbasedSecurityEngineering,secvolution},
mendeley-tags = {secvolution},
number = {4},
pages = {48--98},
title = {{Evolution of Security Engineering Artifacts}},
url = {http://services.igi-global.com/resolvedoi/resolve.aspx?doi=10.4018/ijsse.2014100103},
volume = {5},
year = {2014}
}
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