Publications of the Laboratory for Education and Research in Secure Systems Engineering (LERSSE) 8 records found  Search took 0.00 seconds. 
1. Towards Agile Security Assurance / Konstantin Beznosov [LERSSE-PRESENTATION-2006-057]
Agile development methods are promising to become the next generation replacing waterfall development. [...]
Published in Konstantin Beznosov "Towards Agile Security Assurance," presentation given at the Calgary Agile Methods User Group (CAMUG), Calgary, Alberta, Canada, University of Calgary, 3 October, 2006.:
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2. Extending XP Practices to Support Security Requirements Engineering / Gustav Boström ; Jaana Wäyrynen ; Marine Bodén, ; Konstantin Beznosov ; et al [LERSSE-RefConfPaper-2006-016]
This paper proposes a way of extending eXtreme Programming (XP) practices, in particular the original planning game and the coding guidelines, to aid the developers and the customer to engineer security requirements while maintaining the iterative and rapid feedback-driven nature of XP. [...]
Published in Gustav Boström, Jaana Wäyrynen, Marine Bodén, Konstantin Beznosov, Philippe Kruchten, "Extending XP Practices to Support Security Requirements Engineering," Proceedings of Workshop on Software Engineering for Secure Systems (SESS), Shanghai, China, ACM, 20–21 May, 2006, pp.11-17.:
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3. Towards Agile Security Assurance / Konstantin Beznosov ; Philippe Kruchten [LERSSE-PRESENTATION-2005-046]
Agile development methods are promising to become the next generation replacing water-fall development. [...]
Published in Konstantin Beznosov, Philippe Kruchten, "Towards Agile Security Assurance," presentation given at The New Security Paradigms Workshop (NSPW), White Point Beach Resort, Nova Scotia, Canada, 20 September, 2004. :
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4. Towards Agile Security Assurance / Konstantin Beznosov [LERSSE-PRESENTATION-2005-045]
Agile development methods are promising to become the next generation replacing water-fall development. [...]
Published in Konstantin Beznosov, "Towards Agile Security Assurance," presentation given at the Department of Computer Science, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, University of Waterloo, 18 October, 2004. :
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5. Towards Agile Security Assurance / Konstantin Beznosov ; Philippe Kruchten [LERSSE-RefConfPaper-2005-015]
Agile development methods are promising to become the next generation replacing water-fall development. [...]
Published in Proceedings of the workshop on New security paradigms, Nova Scotia, Canada: (2004) pp. 47-54
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6. Here’s Your Lego™ Security Kit: How to Give Developers All Protection Mechanisms They Will Ever Need / Konstantin Beznosov [LERSSE-RefConfPaper-2005-009]
By presenting a protection architecture for ASP.NET Web services, this paper demonstrates the feasibility of creating middleware mechanisms in the form of composable, flexible, and extensible building blocks. [...]
Published in Konstantin Beznosov, “Here’s Your Lego! Security Kit: How to Give Developers All Protection Mechanisms They Will Ever Need,” in Proceedings of Software Engineering and Middleware (SEM) Workshop, pp. 3-18, Linz, Austria, 20-21 September 2004.:
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7. eXtreme Security Engineering: On Employing XP Practices to Achieve “Good Enough Security” without Defining It / LERSSE-PRESENTATION-2005-017 [LERSSE-PRESENTATION-2005-017]
This presentation examines practices of eXtreme Programming (XP) on the subject of their application to the development of security solutions. [...]
Published in Konstantin Beznosov, "eXtreme Security Engineering: On Employing XP Practices to Achieve Good Enough Security without Defining It," talk given at the First ACM Workshop on Business Driven Security Engineering (BizSec), Fairfax, VA, USA, 31 October, 2003. :
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8. eXtreme Security Engineering: On Employing XP Practices to Achieve “Good Enough Security” without Defining It / Konstantin Beznosov [LERSSE-RefConfPaper-2005-008]
This paper examines practices of eXtreme Programming (XP) on the subject of their application to the development of security solutions. [...]
Published in Konstantin Beznosov. Extreme security engineering: On employing xp practices to achieve "good enough security" without defining it. In First ACM Workshop on Business Driven Security Engineering (BizSec), Faiffax, VA, USA, 2003. :
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