Valuation and reporting of security assurance at operational systems level
Ouedraogo, Moussa 2011. Valuation and reporting of security assurance at operational systems level. PhD Thesis University of East London School of Architecture, Computing and Engineering
Security Assurance is commonly defined as the ground for confidence on the security mechanisms to meet their objectives. Current approaches to evaluating Security Assurance have mainly focused on the software development stage or at the end product software. The few attempts to address Security Assurance at runtime assume a system security model to be static.
|Keywords||Security Assurance; Security mechanisms|
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|Deposited||05 Jul 2013|
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