Classifying security patterns. E.B.Fernandez, H. Washizaki, N. Yoshioka, A. Kubo. Need for classification. A good number of security patterns have been described in the literature and two books (catalogs) have appeared However, these are mostly unstructured
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E.B.Fernandez, H. Washizaki, N. Yoshioka, A. Kubo
Security constraints should be defined at the
highest layer, where their semantics are clear, and
propagated to the lower levels, which enforce them.
All the layers of the architecture must be secure.