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Towards a Requirements-Driven Workbench for Supporting Software Certification and Accreditation

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3 Author(s)
Lee, Seok-Won ; Univ. of North Carolina, Charlotte ; Gandhi, R.A. ; Wagle, S.

Security certification activities for software systems rely heavily on requirements mandated by regulatory documents and their compliance evidences to support accreditation decisions. Therefore, the design of a workbench to support these activities should be grounded in a thorough understanding of the characteristics of certification requirements and their relationships with certification activities. To this end, we utilize our findings from the case study of a certification process of The United States Department of Defense (DoD) to identify the design objectives of a requirements-driven workbench for supporting certification analysts. The primary contributions of this paper are: identifying key areas of automation and tool support for requirements-driven certification activities; an ontology-driven dynamic and flexible workbench architecture to address process variability; and a prototype implementation.

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Software Engineering for Secure Systems, 2007. SESS '07: ICSE Workshops 2007. Third International Workshop on

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20-26 May 2007

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