Towards SecureBPMN - Aligning BPMN with the Information Assurance and Security Domain
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The participation of business experts in the elicitation and formulation of Information Assurance & Security (IAS) requirements is crucial. Although business experts have security-related knowledge, there is still no formalised business process modelling notation allowing them to express this knowledge in a clear, unambiguous manner. In this paper we outline the foundational basis for SecureBPMN - a graphical security modelling extension for the BPMN 2.0. We also align the BPMN with the IAS domain in order to identify points for the extension. SecureBPMN adopts a holistic approach to IAS and is designed to serve as a ”communication bridge” between business and security experts.
Keywordsinformation security & assurance BPMN extension
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