Towards Obtaining UML Class Diagrams from Secure Business Processes Using Security Patterns
Matías Zapata-Barra (University of Bio-Bio, Chile)
Alfonso Rodríguez (University of Bio-Bio, Chile)
Angélica Caro (University of Bio-Bio, Chile)
Eduardo B. Fernández (Florida Atlantic University, United States)
Abstract: The incorporation of security concepts on business processes models has turned out to be an interesting factor in the software development cycle, since it allows an early capture of security aspects, which will then be used in later stages. A way of complementing security incorporated in a business process is to link this kind of requirement with security patterns, due to the importance of these patterns on the software development process. This article tackles the procurement of UML classes that allow the advancement in a software development process with security requirements expressed as business processes as a base, using a BPMN extension and security patterns.
Keywords: BPMN, BPMN-BPSec, UML, security Requirement, security patterns
Categories: D.2, D.2.1