His primary scientific interests are in UMLsec, Software engineering, Unified Modeling Language, Applications of UML and Computer security. The various areas that Jan Jürjens examines in his UMLsec study include Security testing and Security engineering. His Software engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Computer-aided software engineering, Software development and Database.
Jan Jürjens combines subjects such as Behavioral modeling, Information technology and Information security with his study of Unified Modeling Language. His study looks at the intersection of Applications of UML and topics like UML tool with Systems design. His Computer security research incorporates themes from Formal methods, Correctness, Formal specification and Symbolic execution.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Software engineering, Computer security, Unified Modeling Language, UMLsec and Security engineering. His studies in Software engineering integrate themes in fields like Software system, Software, Software development, Security analysis and Computer-aided software engineering. His study on Cryptographic protocol and Information security is often connected to Work as part of broader study in Computer security.
In Unified Modeling Language, he works on issues like Systems design, which are connected to Risk analysis. His UMLsec research includes elements of Sequence diagram, Requirements analysis and Systems engineering. As a member of one scientific family, Jan Jürjens mostly works in the field of Security engineering, focusing on Computer security model and, on occasion, Software security assurance, Security testing, Security information and event management, Security service and Security through obscurity.
Jan Jürjens mainly focuses on Software engineering, Software, Risk analysis, Systems design and Computer security. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Security engineering, Business Process Model and Notation, Security analysis and Usability. His work in the fields of Software, such as Software product line, Software system and Software design, intersects with other areas such as Development.
His studies examine the connections between Systems design and genetics, as well as such issues in Unified Modeling Language, with regards to Management science. His Computer security research includes themes of Container, Database transaction and Digital goods. The concepts of his Security service study are interwoven with issues in Security information and event management and UMLsec.
Jan Jürjens mostly deals with Software engineering, Information technology, Risk analysis, Service and Control complexity. While working in this field, Jan Jürjens studies both Software engineering and Work. His Information technology study incorporates themes from Initialization and Mobile banking, Marketing, Competitor analysis.
His Risk analysis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Quality, Privacy Impact Assessment, Software system and General Data Protection Regulation. The Quality study combines topics in areas such as Domain, Common Weakness Enumeration and System model. His work deals with themes such as Systems design, Granularity, Data Protection Act 1998 and Modular design, which intersect with Service.
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UMLsec: Extending UML for Secure Systems Development
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (2002)
Towards Development of Secure Systems Using UMLsec
fundamental approaches to software engineering (2001)
Formal Eavesdropping and Its Computational Interpretation
Martín Abadi;Jan Jürjens.
international symposium on theoretical aspects of computer software (2001)
Comparing bug finding tools with reviews and tests
Stefan Wagner;Jan Jürjens;Claudia Koller;Peter Trischberger.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (2005)
Eliciting security requirements and tracing them to design: an integration of Common Criteria, heuristics, and UMLsec
Siv Hilde Houmb;Shareeful Islam;Eric Knauss;Jan Jürjens.
Requirements Engineering (2010)
Sound methods and effective tools for model-based security engineering with UML
international conference on software engineering (2005)
Using UMLsec and goal trees for secure systems development
acm symposium on applied computing (2002)
Model-Based Security Engineering of Distributed Information Systems Using UMLsec
Bastian Best;Jan Jurjens;Bashar Nuseibeh.
international conference on software engineering (2007)
Specification-Based Testing of Firewalls
Jan Jürjens;Guido Wimmel.
international andrei ershov memorial conference on perspectives of system informatics (2001)
Specification-Based Test Generation for Security-Critical Systems Using Mutations
Guido Wimmel;Jan Jürjens.
international conference on formal engineering methods (2002)
Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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