Security in software architecture: a case study

  title={Security in software architecture: a case study},
  author={A. Sachitano and R. O. Chapman and J. Hamilton},
  journal={Proceedings from the Fifth Annual IEEE SMC Information Assurance Workshop, 2004.},
The idea of ensuring that nonfunctional requirements such as maintainability, performance, reusability, reliability, and others are designed and built in to new software is not a new one. However, software security as a particular nonfunctional requirement of software systems is all too often addressed late in the software development process. As a result, the security of such software systems is poor and can lead to security compromises (such as theft of service or information), increased… CONTINUE READING


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