Introduces the concepts and benefits of creating and maintaining assurance cases for security. A security assurance case uses a structured set of arguments and a corresponding body of evidence to demonstrate that a system satisfies specific claims with respect to its security properties.
|Evidence of Assurance: Laying the Foundation for a Credible Security Case||2014-11-04||Howard F. Lipson, Charles B. Weinstock|
|Arguing Security - Creating Security Assurance Cases||2014-11-04||John Goodenough, Howard F. Lipson, Charles B. Weinstock|
|Improving Software Assurance||2013-07-05||Carol Woody, Robert J. Ellison|
|Assurance Cases Overview||2013-05-14||Howard F. Lipson|