Security Patterns

@inproceedings{Wassermann2003SecurityP,
  title={Security Patterns},
  author={Ronald Wassermann and Betty H. C. Cheng},
  year={2003}
}
Design patterns propose generic solutions to recurring design problems. Commonly, they present a solution in a well-structured form that facilitates its reuse in a different context. Recently, there has been growing interest in identifying pattern-based designs for the domain of system security termed Security Patterns. Currently, those patterns lack comprehensive structure that conveys essential information inherent to security engineering. This paper describes research into investigating an… CONTINUE READING
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