Developing secure embedded systems: Pitfalls and how to avoid them

Jurjens, Jan (2007). Developing secure embedded systems: Pitfalls and how to avoid them. In: International Conference on Software Engineering : Companion to the proceedings of the 29th International Conference on Software Engineering, IEEE Computer Society, Washington, DC, pp. 182–183.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1109/ICSECOMPANION.2007.30

Abstract

We give an overview over the challenges in developing secure embedded systems and show how to use the approach of Model-based Security Engineering (MBSE) to address them. In MBSE [Jür04, Jür05a, Jür05b, Jür06, BJN07], recurring security requirements (such as secrecy, integrity, authenticity and others) and security assumptions on the system environment, can be specified either within a UML specification, or within the source code (Java or C) as annotations. The associated tools [UML04] (Fig. 1b) generate logical formulas formalizing the execution semantics and the annotated security requirements.

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