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Model Driven Implementation of Security Management Process

Title 

Model Driven Implementation of Security Management Process

Authors

Bruno Augusti Mozzaquatro, Ricardo Jardim-Gonçalves, Carlos Agostinho

Year

2017

Workshop, Volumen, pages

Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Model-Driven Engineering and Software Development

Pages 229-238

Abstract

Services composition involves many time and effort to describe high-level requirements of the business process. To this purpose, the Model Driven Service Engineering Architecture (MDSEA) is a methodology to distinguish the business view and technical point of view in products and services and to agilize the software development. Such capabilities demand more effective process applied to specify, evaluate, communicate and design the system as well as system functionalities and security issues. Security aspects are critical when it involves privacy of data exchange of devices. In this context, the definition of security artifacts during the design of a business process consumes time of system funcionalities development. This paper proposes an implementation of a security management process using the methodology MDSEA as support to promote model transformations from business model to specific artifacts and configurations. This support enables to enrich a solid business model with technic al details by specialists.

Bruno Augusti Mozzaquatro, Ricardo Jardim-Gonçalves, Carlos Agostinho