Developing and Evaluating Security-Aware Software Systems

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Khan, Khaled M.
IGI Global, Nov 30, 2012 - Computers - 367 pages

As computer technologies continue to evolve and new security threats emerge, secure-aware software developments are essential in the software engineering field.

Developing and Evaluating Security-Aware Software Systems provides innovative ideas and methods on the development, operation, and maintenance of secure software systems and aims to highlight the construction of a functional software system and a secure system simultaneously. This book is practical for researchers, academics and practitioners in the software engineering and security fields.


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Developing Secure Software Systems from the Ground Up
Security Evaluation of ServiceOriented Systems Using the SiSOA Method
Eliciting Policy Requirements for Critical National Infrastructure Using the IRIS Framework
From Design to Application
A Survey on Security in Model Driven Development
A Comparison of Alternative Software Products for Web Applications Support
Formal Techniques and Tools
Using Executable Slicing to Improve Rogue Software Detection Algorithms
Standard Security Functions
Analysis of ANSI RBAC Support in EJB
Performance Evaluation of Secure Key Deployment and Exchange Protocol for MANETs
A Framework for Security Protocol Implementation
A Systematic Empirical Analysis of Forging Fingerprints to Fool Biometric Systems
Integrating Patient Consent in eHealth Access Control
Compilation of References
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Khaled M. Khan is an assistant professor and the Graduate Program Coordinator in the department of Computer Science and Engineering at Qatar University. Prior to these, Khaled also served the University of Western Sydney as Head of postgraduate programs in computing. His research interests include secure software engineering, cloud computing, measuring security, trust in computer software, and software evolution. He has taught computing more than twenty years at various universities in Asia, Europe, Africa, and Australia. Khaled received his BS and MS in computer science and informatics from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. He received his PhD in computing from Monash University, Australia. He also holds a second bachelor's degree from the University of Dhaka (Bangladesh). He s the Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Secure Software Engineering. Khaled has published more than sixty technical papers, and edited two books. [Editor]

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