Developing and Evaluating Security-Aware Software Systems
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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