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Towards Safety and Security Co-engineering: Challenging Aspects for a Consistent Intertwining

Abstract : The emergence of systems identified as both safety and security critical has motivated research and industry communities to search for novel approaches to conduct multi-concern engineering (co-engineering). But several aspects and issues have arisen during the process what has limited the advances. Among them, there are the specificities found in concepts, methods and development cycles, the current standalone practices of safety and security, and the lack of consolidated metrics for safety-security assessment. This paper presents synthetic discussions on referred topics along with some suggestions for solutions and perspectives.
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Gabriel Pedroza. Towards Safety and Security Co-engineering: Challenging Aspects for a Consistent Intertwining. Security and Safety Interplay of Intelligent Software Systems, Springer, pp.3-16, 2019, Conference proceedings CSITS 2018, ISSA 2018, ⟨10.1007/978-3-030-16874-2⟩. ⟨cea-02275377⟩

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