Ontologies for Security Requirements: A Literature Survey and Classification (long version)

Abstract : Despite existing methodologies in the field, most requirements engineers are poorly trained to define security requirements. This is due to a considerable lack of security knowledge. Some security ontologies have been proposed, but a gap still exists between the two fields of security requirement engineering and ontologies. This paper is a survey, it proposes an analysis and a typology of existing security ontologies and their use for requirements definition.
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Amina Souag, Camille Salinesi, Isabelle Wattiau. Ontologies for Security Requirements: A Literature Survey and Classification (long version). 2012. ⟨hal-00709970⟩

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