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RED-Transaction And Goal-Model Based Analysis Of Layered Security Of Physical Spaces

This paper propose a systems analysis framework based on goal modeling and transactions for improved decision-making about security solution architectures – with a specific focus on layered security of physical spaces and assets. The framework assists in defining more complete security strategies as well as analyzing tradeoffs between security and other factors such as cost and privacy. Using the conceptual transaction or Requirements-Execution-Delivery (or RED) Transaction model as the basis, we provide a dynamic virtual structure and methodology for security analysis. The benefit is that the implemented security can be optimized based on the value to the various stakeholders and to minimize the benefit to the attacker. Authors - Dr. Rajiv Ramnath, Vasudha Gupta, Dr. Jay Ramanathan

OSU-CISRC-9-09-TR45 RED Transaction and Goal Model for Layerd Security Analysis.pdf — PDF document, 416Kb

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