From security modelling to run-time security monitoring

Antti Evesti, Eila Ovaska, Reijo Savola

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Abstract

In this paper we take the first steps from security modelling to run-time security monitoring. Providing full support for run-time security monitoring requires that following issues are solved: security concepts has to be defined in an unambiguous way, security level has to be defined and measured, and finally, software has to adapt itself based on measurements and requirements. This paper addresses the unambiguous definition of security by examining existing security ontologies. None of the existing ontologies is able to support run-time security monitoring as such, and there is a need to combine and widen these ontologies. In addition, this paper describes our vision how run-time security management can be achieved as the wholeness
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the Fifth European Conference on Model-Driven Architecture, SECMDA 2009
EditorsAlessandra Bagnato
Place of PublicationNetherlands
Pages33-41
Publication statusPublished - 2009
MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
EventEuropean Workshop on Security in Model Driven Architecture 2009, SECMDA 2009 - Enschede , Netherlands
Duration: 24 Jun 200924 Jun 2009

Workshop

WorkshopEuropean Workshop on Security in Model Driven Architecture 2009, SECMDA 2009
Abbreviated titleSECMDA 2009
CountryNetherlands
CityEnschede
Period24/06/0924/06/09

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Keywords

  • Security ontology
  • security measuring

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Evesti, A., Ovaska, E., & Savola, R. (2009). From security modelling to run-time security monitoring. In A. Bagnato (Ed.), Proceedings of the Fifth European Conference on Model-Driven Architecture, SECMDA 2009 (pp. 33-41). Netherlands.
Evesti, Antti ; Ovaska, Eila ; Savola, Reijo. / From security modelling to run-time security monitoring. Proceedings of the Fifth European Conference on Model-Driven Architecture, SECMDA 2009. editor / Alessandra Bagnato. Netherlands, 2009. pp. 33-41
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Evesti, A, Ovaska, E & Savola, R 2009, From security modelling to run-time security monitoring. in A Bagnato (ed.), Proceedings of the Fifth European Conference on Model-Driven Architecture, SECMDA 2009. Netherlands, pp. 33-41, European Workshop on Security in Model Driven Architecture 2009, SECMDA 2009, Enschede , Netherlands, 24/06/09.

From security modelling to run-time security monitoring. / Evesti, Antti; Ovaska, Eila; Savola, Reijo.

Proceedings of the Fifth European Conference on Model-Driven Architecture, SECMDA 2009. ed. / Alessandra Bagnato. Netherlands, 2009. p. 33-41.

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Evesti A, Ovaska E, Savola R. From security modelling to run-time security monitoring. In Bagnato A, editor, Proceedings of the Fifth European Conference on Model-Driven Architecture, SECMDA 2009. Netherlands. 2009. p. 33-41