Supporting Requirements Engineers in Recognising Security Issues

@inproceedings{Knauss2011SupportingRE,
  title={Supporting Requirements Engineers in Recognising Security Issues},
  author={Eric Knauss and Siv Hilde Houmb and Kurt Schneider and Shareeful Islam and Jan J{\"u}rjens},
  booktitle={REFSQ},
  year={2011}
}
Context & motivation: More and more software projects today are security-related in one way or the other. Many environments are initially not considered security-related and no security experts are assigned. Requirements engineers often fail to recognise indicators for security problems. Question/problem: Ignoring security issues early in a project is a major source of recurring security problems in practice. Identifying security-relevant requirements is labour-intensive and error-prone… CONTINUE READING
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