Engineering Secure Future Internet Services

TitleEngineering Secure Future Internet Services
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2011
AuthorsW.. Joosen, J. Lopez, F.. Martinelli, and F.. Massacci
Conference NameFuture Internet Assembly 2011: Achievements and Technological Promises (FIA 2011)
Series TitleLNCS
Volume6656
Pagination177-191
PublisherSpringer Berlin Heidelberg
Conference LocationBudapest
ISBN Number978-3-642-20897-3
ISSN Number0302-9743
Abstract

      In this paper we analyze the need and the opportunity forestablishing a discipline for engineering secure Future Internet Services,typically based on research in the areas of software engineering, of serviceengineering and security engineering. Generic solutions that ignore thecharacteristics of Future Internet services will fail, yet it seems obviousto build on best practices and results that have emerged from variousresearch communities.The paper sketches various lines of research and strands within each lineto illustrate the needs and to sketch a community wide research plan. Itwill be essential to integrate various activities that need to be addressedin the scope of secure service engineering into comprehensive softwareand service life cycle support. Such a life cycle support must deliverassurance to the stakeholders and enable risk and cost management forthe business stakeholders in particular. The paper should be considereda call for contribution to any researcher in the related sub domains inorder to jointly enable the security and trustworthiness of Future Internetservices.

Citation Key1622
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