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Jungwoo Ryoo (Pennsylvania State University)
May 2016 - Presentation Security Design Refinement Through Mapping Tactics to Patterns

Topics: Software Architecture

Authors: Jungwoo Ryoo (Pennsylvania State University), Rick Kazman (University of Hawaii)

This participatory session introduces participants to the concepts of software security, security tactics, and security patterns that underlie software architecture design.

April 2015 - Presentation The Architectural Analysis for Security (AAFS) Method

Authors: Jungwoo Ryoo (Pennsylvania State University), Rick Kazman (University of Hawaii)

This talk proposes several ways to evaluate the security readiness of an architecture: vulnerability-, tactics-, and pattern-based architectural analysis techniques.

May 2014 - Presentation Approaching Security from an "Architecture First" Perspective

Authors: Rick Kazman (University of Hawaii), Jungwoo Ryoo (Pennsylvania State University), Humberto Cervantes (Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana-Iztapalapa)

Presentation at SATURN 2014. The results of our case studies indicate that a strategic, system-wide, architectural approach to security, implemented through the partial or full adoption of security frameworks, results in the best outcome.