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Showing 1 - 5 of 5 results for the Author - jeff ingalsbe (university of detroit mercy) , Type - White Paper

White Paper | July 2013 - White Paper Teaching Security Requirements Engineering Using SQUARE By Dan Shoemaker (University of Detroit Mercy), Jeff Ingalsbe (University of Detroit Mercy), Nancy R. Mead

In this paper, the authors detail the validation of a teaching model for security requirements engineering that ensures that security is built into software.

White Paper | May 2013 - White Paper Models for Assessing the Cost and Value of Software ... By Antonio Drommi, Dan Shoemaker (University of Detroit Mercy), Jeff Ingalsbe (University of Detroit Mercy), John Bailey, Nancy R. Mead

In this paper, the authors present IT valuation models that represent the most commonly accepted approaches to the valuation of IT and IT processes.

White Paper | May 2013 - White Paper Integrating Software Assurance Knowledge into Conventional ... By Dan Shoemaker (University of Detroit Mercy), Jeff Ingalsbe (University of Detroit Mercy), Nancy R. Mead

In this paper, the authors discuss the results of comparing the Common Body of Knowledge for Secure Software Assurance with traditional computing disciplines.

White Paper | May 2013 - White Paper Defining the Discipline of Secure Software Assurance: Initial ... By Dan Shoemaker (University of Detroit Mercy), Jeff Ingalsbe (University of Detroit Mercy), Nancy R. Mead,

In this paper, the authors characterize the current state of secure software assurance work and suggest future directions.

White Paper | May 2013 - White Paper A Common Sense Way to Make the Business Case for ... By Antonio Drommi, Dan Shoemaker (University of Detroit Mercy), Jeff Ingalsbe (University of Detroit Mercy), John Bailey, Nancy R. Mead

In this article, the authors demonstrate how a true cost/benefit for secure software can be derived.