[AMK16] RA2DL-Pool: New Useful Solution to Handle Security of Reconfigurable Embedded Systems
Conférence Internationale avec comité de lecture :
The 11th International Conference on Evaluation of Novel Approaches to Software Engineering (ENASE 2016),
Mots clés: Embedded system, Component-based approach,Reconfiguration, Security, RA2DL, Implementation, Evaluation.
The importance of security in software and hardware components becomes the major concern nowadays.
This paper focuses on adaptive component-based control systems following the reconfiguration architecture
analysis and design language (denoted by RA2DL). Despite of its efficiency, RA2DL component can be compromised
due to its lack in terms of security. This paper proposes a new method for modeling the security of
RA2DL component, argues for a more comprehensive treatment of an important security aspect with several
mechanisms such as authentication and access control. In this paper, we propose a new architecture of RA2DL
where pools are containers of sets of RA2DL components characterized by similar properties. The proposed
approach is applied to a real case study dealing with Body-Monitoring System (BMS).