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Two requirements for usable and secure software engineering.

Faily, Shamal

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Abstract

Despite the acknowledged need for systems to be both usable and secure, we lack guidance on how developers might build such systems. Based on recent research, we believe evidence exists that blending techniques from Security, Usability, and Software Engineering can lead to effective design processes for building such systems. In this position paper, we discuss two requirements that need to be satisfied before blending can occur: treat Security and Usability as complementary, and provide convincing tools for developers.

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FAILY, S. 2011. Two requirements for usable and secure software engineering. Presented at the 1st Software and usable security aligned for good engineering workshop (SAUSAGE 2011), 5-6 April 2011, Gaithersburg, USA.

Presentation Conference Type Conference Paper (unpublished)
Conference Name 1st Software and usable security aligned for good engineering workshop (SAUSAGE 2011)
Conference Location Gaithersburg, USA
Start Date Apr 5, 2011
End Date Apr 6, 2011
Deposit Date Dec 16, 2021
Publicly Available Date Dec 16, 2021
Keywords Systems security; User-centred design; Human-computer interaction (HCI); Software engineering
Public URL https://rgu-repository.worktribe.com/output/1446682

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