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High-Assurance Design

Architecting Secure and Reliable Enterprise Applications

by Clifford J. Berg

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Published by Addison-Wesley Professional .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Computer architecture & logic design,
  • Software engineering,
  • Computers,
  • Computers - Languages / Programming,
  • Computer Books: Languages,
  • Programming - Systems Analysis & Design,
  • Computers / Programming / Systems Analysis & Design,
  • Computer architecture,
  • System design

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsPeter G. Neumann (Foreword)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages696
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9450424M
    ISBN 100321375777
    ISBN 109780321375773

    SAFe in High-Assurance and Regulated Environments Building High-Assurance Systems with SAFe Many large enterprises that develop the most complex software and systems in the world operate in an environment with a high degree of oversight governed by laws, regulations, industry standards, and more. It is common that these systems have an unacceptably high social or economic cost of failure. High Assurance SPIRAL is a scalable methodology to translate a high level specification of a high assurance controller into a highly resource-efficient, platform-adapted, verified control software implementation for a given platform in a language like C or C++. High Assurance SPIRAL proves that the implementation is equivalent to theCited by: 2.

    Design them out, nd ways to mitigate them i.e., reduce consequences, frequency This may add complexity (a source of hazards) Iterate And thenrecursedown through subsystems Until you get towidgets Build thosecorrectly Provide assurance that you have doneallthis successfully John Rushby, SR I High-Assurance SW 2. High-Assurance Security/Safety on HPEC Systems: an Oxymoron? 5a. CONTRACT NUMBER 5b. GRANT NUMBER 5c. PROGRAM ELEMENT NUMBER 6. AUTHOR(S) 5d. PROJECT NUMBER 5e. TASK NUMBER 5f. WORK UNIT NUMBER 7. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME(S) AND ADDRESS(ES) Objective Interface Systems, Inc.; National Security Agency 8. PERFORMING Author: Bill Beckwith, W M Vanfleet.

    Techniques used to prove the consistency of outputing the same sequence of 1s and 0s every time code is executed are commonly called "high assurance" software design. These designs are very labor intensive to deploy, and have largely been reserved for critical functions such as energy grids, airplane control systems, medical devices, and other. say that something is high assurance just because you believe that you took great pains to do a robust design and faithful implementation of that design. It’s the evidence that makes it so.


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"High-Assurance Design" (HAD) is the sort of book one should read when sitting down to design decently complex applications. It's not a network architecture book, so you won't read about using router ACLs, firewalls, and host IPS for "defense in depth." Rather, the author is trying to teach what he calls "intrusion-aware design" (p 88).Cited by: 4.

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The book does not discuss scalability and performance, because while these are assurance topics, there are ample sources on these topics. The book also does not discuss infrastructure: this is a book about application design, and there are many sources that discuss infrastructure.

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Design and Verification of Microprocessor Systems for High-Assurance Applications. Edited by: David S. Hardin. This book examines several leading-edge design and verification technologies that have been successfully applied to microprocessor systems for high-assurance applications at various levels – from arithmetic circuits to microcode to instruction sets to operating systems to.

Review of "High-Assurance Design: Architecting Secure and Reliable Enterprise Applications by Clifford Berg, " Addison-Wesley Professional,ISBN: May Queue 4(4)Author: George Hacken. Code is the Software Engineering Section in the Center for High Assurance Computer Systems Branch of the Information Technology Division.

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The methods of attack that are available are broad-ranging and insidious, yet many of them are available to even amateur hackers through the use of tools widely available on the Internet.

For this reason, securing applications today is no small challenge. This chapter discussed the various kinds of attack, including categories and examples of social engineering attacks. Deliver high assurance for DoD and industry environments.

Provide specifiable, predictable behavior. Support current and future needs for kernel technology with a coherent, easily adapted and modified microkernel. Maintain or improve existing performance. Push the envelope of software engineering for system software design.

mitment to layering.!e initial design study proposed a layered design based heavily on the NPS work, and that design survived with relatively few changes until the system’s eventual cancellation.

VAX/SVS Lessons Building a high-assurance system means addressing. Lessons from VAX/SVS for High Assurance VM Systems Steve Lipner Trent Jaeger Mary Ellen Zurko [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] Abstract VAX/SVS was a high assurance virtual machine monitor (VMM) project, documented in.

High assurance software engineering improves embedded design security J Embedded Staff Editor’s Note: As part of an ongoing series excerpted from their book Embedded Systems Security, David and Mike Kleidermacher provide an introduction to a set of principles of high assurance software engineering (PHASE) for securing embedded.System Design – Experience counts.

Aeronix’s 30+ years of system design spans embedded hardware and software development, in applications ranging from tactical military communications to consumer handheld products, radiation-hardened spacecraft components, high-assurance cryptographic modules, and wireless networking (including ).

This week, Cliff Berg is doing a promotion of his latest book entitled High-Assurance Design: Architecting Secure and Reliable Enterprise Applications.I'm sure you've encountered this yourself, but on many projects there's often a disconnect between the development team that build the software and the security experts that reside elsewhere in the organisation.