Using Security Patterns to Develop Secure Systems
Software Engineering for Secure Systems: Industrial and Research Perspectives
The security of software systems in recent years has been transformed from a mono-dimensional technical challenge to a multi-dimensional technico-social challenge, due to the wide usage of software systems in almost every area of the human life. This situation requires a different and more holistic approach to the development of secure software systems.
Software Engineering for Secure Systems: Industrial and Research Perspectives presents the most recent and innovative lines of research and industrial practice related to secure software engineering. The book provides coverage of recent advances in the area of secure software engineering that address the various stages of the development process from requirements to design to testing to implementation. Contributions offer a comprehensive understanding secure software engineering, inspire and motivate further research and development, and bridge the gap between academic research and industrial practice.
Computer security, Software engineering
Van Hilst, Michael; Fernandez, Eduardo B.; Yoshioka, Nobukazu; Washizaki, Hironori; Jurjens, Jan; and Pernul, Guenther, "Using Security Patterns to Develop Secure Systems" (2010). CEC Faculty Books and Book Chapters. 36.