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COMPSAC
2009
IEEE
10 years 6 months ago
A Contextual Guidance Approach to Software Security
With the ongoing trend towards the globalization of software systems and their development, components in these systems might not only work together, but may end up evolving indep...
Philipp Schügerl, David Walsh, Juergen Rillin...
ESEM
2009
ACM
10 years 6 months ago
Progress report on the experimental evaluation of security inspection guidance
Although security inspections have proven to be a very efficient means for assuring software security early in the software development lifecycle, they are not used extensively be...
Frank Elberzhager, Marek Jawurek, Christian Jung, ...
IJSC
2008
95views more  IJSC 2008»
9 years 11 months ago
Beyond Information Silos - an Omnipresent Approach to Software Evolution
ifferent abstraction levels, resulting in isolated `information silos'. An increasing number of task-specific software tools aim to support developers, but this often results ...
Juergen Rilling, René Witte, Philipp Sch&uu...
JSW
2008
98views more  JSW 2008»
9 years 11 months ago
Towards a Collaborative and Systematic Approach to Alert Verification
With the menace of hackers increasing every day, even well administrated networks are vulnerable to attack. Therefore, securing network assets has become a significant issue for th...
Xuejiao Liu, Debao Xiao, Xi Peng
SACMAT
2003
ACM
10 years 4 months ago
An approach to engineer and enforce context constraints in an RBAC environment
This paper presents an approach that uses special purpose RBAC constraints to base certain access control decisions on context information. In our approach a context constraint is...
Gustaf Neumann, Mark Strembeck
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