Modeling the linkage between systems interoperability and security engineering
conference contributionposted on 18.11.2010, 14:47 authored by Elena I. Neaga, Michael HenshawMichael Henshaw
Industry, finance, and other business activities are increasingly reliant on computer networks and systems, which demand effective interoperability of systems. But this also demands effective systems security, which poses a major challenge to the socio-technical interactions enabled by interoperable tools. This paper addresses modeling of the linkages between interoperability and security in the model design stage of systems development. It considers current interoperability frameworks and the manner in which they may be combined with security standards and desirable characteristics to create trusted, robust systems that are central to the operation of network enabled large scale applications. An holistic approach for interoperability and security is presented based on systems requirements modeling and model based architecting principles.
- Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering