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Aspect-Oriented Security Hardening of UML Design Models
In this chapter, we present the background related to security at the modeling level. We start by investigating security specification approaches for UML design: (1) using UML artifacts, (2) extending UML meta-language, and (3) creating a new meta-language. Afterwards, we evaluate the usability of these approaches for security specification according to a set of defined criteria. Finally, we overview the main design mechanisms that are adopted for security hardening at the modeling level. These are security design patterns, mechanism-directed meta-languages, and aspect-oriented modeling.
Springer International Publishing
Mouheb, Djedjiga; Debbabi, Mourad; Pourzandi, Makan; Wang, Lingyu; Nouh, Mariam; Ziarati, Raha; Alhadidi, Dima; Talhi, Chamseddine; and Lima, Vitor, "Model-Based Security" (2015). All Works. 2423.
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