Towards a new generation of security requirements definition methodology using ontologies

Abstract : In recent years, security in Information Systems (IS) has become an important issue, and needs to be taken into account in all stages of IS development, including the early phase of Requirement Engineering (RE). Recent studies proposed some useful approaches for security requirements definition but analysts still suffer from a considerable lack of knowledge about security and domain field. Ontologies are known to be wide sources of knowledge. We propose in this research to include ontologies into the requirements engineering process. Ontologies are factors in achieving success in requirements elicitation of high quality.
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Amina Souag. Towards a new generation of security requirements definition methodology using ontologies. CAiSE, Jun 2012, Gdansk, Poland. pp.1-8. ⟨hal-00710425⟩

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