A collaborative process for developing secure component-based applications

Abstract : Security patterns describe security solutions that can be used in a particular context for recurring problems in order to solve a security problem in a more structured and reusable way. Patterns in general and Security patterns in particular, have become important concepts in software engineering, and their integration is a widely accepted practice. In this paper, we propose a model-driven methodology for security pattern integration. This methodology consists of a collaborative engineering process, called collaborative security pattern Integration process (C-SCRIP), and a tool that supports the full life-cycle of the development of a secure system from modeling to code.
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Rahma Bouaziz, Slim Kallel, Bernard Coulette. A collaborative process for developing secure component-based applications. IEEE International Workshop on Enabling Technologies: Infrastructure for Collaborative Enterprises - WETICE 2014, Jun 2014, Parma, Italy. pp. 306-311. ⟨hal-01147258⟩

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