Information Security Antipatterns in Software Requirements Engineering

@inproceedings{Kis2002InformationSA,
  title={Information Security Antipatterns in Software Requirements Engineering},
  author={Miroslav Kis},
  year={2002}
}
Requirements engineering is one of the key activities in the software development process. The rapid expansion of e-commerce and internet applications increases the need for adequate application security. Yet, conventional requirements engineering methodologies rarely mention information security aspects. The information security community, on the other hand, has developed system security requirements specification methodologies. These methodologies, from the software architect’s point of view… CONTINUE READING
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