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Identifying key activities, artifacts and roles in agile engineering of secure software with hierarchical clustering
Anže Mihelič, Tomaž Hovelja, Simon Vrhovec, 2023, original scientific article

Abstract: Different activities, artifacts, and roles can be found in the literature on the agile engineering of secure software (AESS). The purpose of this paper is to consolidate them and thus identify key activities, artifacts, and roles that can be employed in AESS. To gain initial sets of activities, artifacts, and roles, the literature was first extensively reviewed. Activities, artifacts, and roles were then cross-evaluated with similarity matrices. Finally, similarity matrices were converted into distance matrices, enabling the use of Ward’s hierarchical clustering method for consolidating activities, artifacts, and roles into clusters. Clusters of activities, artifacts, and roles were then named as key activities, artifacts, and roles. We identified seven key activities (i.e., security auditing, security analysis and testing, security training, security prioritization and monitoring, risk management, security planning and threat modeling; and security requirements engineering), five key artifacts (i.e., security requirement artifacts, security repositories, security reports, security tags, and security policies), and four key roles (i.e., security guru, security developer, penetration tester, and security team) in AESS. The identified key activities, artifacts, and roles can be used by software development teams to improve their software engineering processes in terms of software security.
Keywords: secure software development, security engineering, agile methods, agile development, software development, software engineering, software security, application security, cybersecurity, cyber resilience
Published in DKUM: 29.11.2023; Views: 276; Downloads: 8
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Cyber Security- Training Students and Scholars for the Challenges of Information and Communication Technologies in Research and Studies for Internationalisation : handbook
2023

Abstract: This handbook is a product of the Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership between the partners Université Polytéchnique Hauts-de-France, Politechnika Poznanska, Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus-Senftenberg and the coordinator University of Maribor. Contentuous contribution were made by staff of University of Maribor and Politechnika Poznanska, evaluations by staff of the other two partners. The handbooks handles virtual learning environments in the international education and research area and exposure of the systems to cybercrime. Besides introductory contributions on legal aspects of challenges in the fields of human rights, European regulations of data security, civil law and criminal law aspects of caber security of virtual learning environments and methodologies of their introduction w8ithin organisations, the handbook also gives useful instructions for elaboration of virtual courses within virtual learning environments relevant for the internationalised research and education not only since the Covid-19 pandemic. The handbook is dedicated to use on the internet within the Moodle system.
Keywords: cyber security, virtual learning environment, data security, cyber crime, systems
Published in DKUM: 13.04.2023; Views: 343; Downloads: 29
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Advances in cybersecurity 2017
2017, scientific monograph

Abstract: Understanding the cyberspace and awareness of its effects impacts the lives of all individuals. Thus, the knowledge of cybersecurity in both organizations and private operations is essential. Research on various aspects of cybersecurity is crucial for achieving adequate levels of cybersecurity. The content of this scientific monograph provides answers to various topical questions from the organizational, individual, sociological, technical and legal aspects of security in the cyberspace. The papers in the monograph combine the findings of researchers from different subareas of cybersecurity, show the effects of adequate levels of cybersecurity on the operations of organizations and individuals, and present the latest methods to defend against threats in the cyberspace from technical, organizational and security aspects.
Keywords: cybersecurity, cyber resilience, mobile security, digital privacy, IoT security
Published in DKUM: 08.12.2017; Views: 1760; Downloads: 303
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