Issues affecting Security Design Pattern engineering
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Security Design Patterns present the tried and tested design decisions made by security engineers within a well documented format. Patterns allow for complex security concepts, and mechanisms, to be expressed such that non domain experts can make use of them. Our research is concerned with the development of pattern languages for advanced crypto-systems. From our experience developing pattern languages we have encountered several recurring issues within security design pattern engineering. These issues, if not addressed, will affect the adoption of security design patterns. This paper describes these issues and discusses how they could be addressed.
de Muijnck-Hughes , J & Duncan , I M M 2013 , Issues affecting Security Design Pattern engineering . in Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Cyberpatterns : Unifying Design Patterns with Security, Attack and Forensic Patterns . Oxford Brookes University , pp. 62-69 , Cyberpatterns 2013 , Abingdon, Oxfordshire , United Kingdom , 8/07/13 .workshop
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