• As strong as the weakest link: Handling compromised components in OpenStack 

      Taheri Monfared, Aryan; JAATUN, Martin Gilje (Conference object; Peer reviewed, 2011)
      This paper presents an approach to handle compromised components in an Infrastructure-as-a-Service Cloud Computing platform. Our experiments show that traditional incident handling procedures are applicable for cloud ...
    • BatCave: Adding Security to the BATMAN Protocol 

      Bowitz, Anne Gabrielle; Graarud, Espen Grannes; Brown, Lawrie; JAATUN, Martin Gilje (Chapter; Conference object, 2011)
      The Better Approach To Mobile Ad-hoc Networking (BATMAN) protocol is intended as a replacement for protocols such as OLSR, but just like most such efforts, BATMAN has no built-in security features. In this paper we describe ...
    • Security in Model Driven Development: A Survey 

      Jensen, Jostein; JAATUN, Martin Gilje (Conference object, 2011)
      Model driven development (MDD) is considered a promising approach for software development. In this paper the results of a systematic survey is reported to identify state-of-the-art within the topic of security in model ...
    • Towards a Conceptual Framework for Security Requirements Work in Agile Software Development 

      Tøndel, Inger Anne; JAATUN, Martin Gilje (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Security requirement work plays a key role in achieving cost-effective and adequate security in a software development project. Knowledge about software companies' experiences of security requirement work is important in ...