|Authors||P. H. Nguyen, K. Yskout, T. Heyman, J. Klein, R. Scandariato and Y. Le Traon|
|Title||SoSPa: A System of Security Design Patterns for Systematically Engineering Secure Systems|
|Afilliation||, Software Engineering|
|Publication Type||Proceedings, refereed|
|Year of Publication||2015|
|Conference Name||ACM/IEEE 18th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems (MODELS 2015)|
|Pagination||246 - 255|
Model-Driven Security (MDS) for secure systems development still has limitations to be more applicable in practice. A recent systematic review of MDS shows that current MDS approaches have not dealt with multiple security concerns system- atically. Besides, catalogs of security patterns which can address multiple security concerns have not been applied efficiently. This paper presents an MDS approach based on a unified System of Security design Patterns (SoSPa). In SoSPa, security design patterns are collected, specified as reusable aspect models to form a coherent system of them that guides developers in systematically addressing multiple security concerns. SoSPa consists of not only interrelated security design patterns but also a refinement process towards their application. We applied SoSPa to design the security of crisis management systems. The result shows that multiple security concerns in the case study have been addressed by systematically integrating different security solutions.