Towards Engineering Trust-aware Future Internet Systems
Security must be a primary concern when engineering Future Internet (FI) systems and applications. In order to achieve secure solutions, the authors need to capture security requirements early in the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC). Whereas the security community has traditionally focused on providing tools and mechanisms to capture and express hard security requirements (e.g. confidentiality), little attention has been paid to other important requirements such as trust and reputation. They argue that these soft security requirements can leverage security in open, distributed, heterogeneous systems and applications and that they must be included in an early phase as part of the development process.