Hoisl, Bernhard. 2012. Modeling and Enforcing Secure Object Flows in Process-driven SOAs: An Integrated Model-driven Approach. OCG Arbeitskreis IT-Sicherheit: 2nd Young Researcher's Day, Vienna, Österreich, 29.11..
This talk presents an integrated model-driven approach for the specification and the enforcement of secure object flows in process-driven service-oriented architectures (SOA). In this context, a secure object flow ensures the confidentiality and the integrity of important objects (such as business contracts or electronic patient records) that are passed between different participants in SOA-based business processes. A formal and generic metamodel for secure object flows is specified that can be used to extend arbitrary process modeling languages. To demonstrate the approach, a UML extension for secure object flows is presented. Moreover, it is described how platform-independent models are mapped to platform-specific software artifacts via automated model transformations. In addition, we describe the integration of the approach with the Eclipse modeling framework and give a short tool demonstration.
|Status of publication||Published|
|Type of publication||Paper presented at an academic conference or symposium|
|Title||Modeling and Enforcing Secure Object Flows in Process-driven SOAs: An Integrated Model-driven Approach|
|Event||OCG Arbeitskreis IT-Sicherheit: 2nd Young Researcher's Day|
- Domain-Specific Languages for Model-Driven Security Engineering
- Hoisl, Bernhard (Former researcher)
- Information Systems and New Media IN (Details)
- Research areas (ÖSTAT Classification 'Statistik Austria')
- 1108 Informatics (Details)
- 1140 Software engineering (Details)
- 1147 IT security (Details)
- 5367 Management information systems (Details)