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Patterning Protection Profiles by UML for Security Specifications

By: Morimoto, S.; Cheng, J.;

2005 / IEEE / 0-7695-2504-0

Description

This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' Patterning Protection Profiles by UML for Security Specifications ' A protection profile is a security specification template that defines an implementation-independent set of IT security requirements for a category of information systems. The protection profiles have also been certified to satisfy the international standard ISO/IEC 15408 security criteria. However, because the protection profiles are complicated and their classifications are not clear, they are not widely used. This paper proposes an approach to model protection profiles as UML patterns. By using the patterns, designers and developers can easily specify security issues of target systems to satisfy ISO/IEC 15408 criteria. The paper also shows how to verify specifications with the patterns by theorem-proving and model-checking technologies.