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Martin Gilje Jaatun

Senior Research Scientist

Martin Gilje Jaatun

Senior Research Scientist

Martin Gilje Jaatun
Phone: 900 26 921
Mobile: 900 26 921
Department: Software Engineering, Safety and Security
Office: Trondheim

publications and responsibilities

Publications

Publication

Interdependencies and Reliability in the Combined ICT and Power System: An overview of current research

https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1447360

The smart grid vision implies extensive use of ICT in the power system, enabling increased flexibility and functionality and thereby meeting future demands and strategic goals. Consequently, power system reliability will increasingly depend on ICT components and systems. While adding functionality, ...

Year 2017
Type Journal article
Publication

A Lightweight Measurement of Software Security Skills, Usage and Training Needs in Agile Teams

https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1458115

Although most organizations understand the need for application security at an abstract level, achieving adequate software security at the sharp end requires taking bold steps to address security practices within the organization. In the Agile software development world, a security engineering proce...

Year 2017
Type Journal article
Publication

Could the Outsourcing of Incident Response Management Provide a Blueprint for Managing Other Cloud Security Requirements?

https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1461087

In this chapter, we consider whether the outsourcing of incident management is a viable technological approach that may be transferable to other cloud security management requirements. We review a viable approach to outsourcing incident response management and consider whether this can be applied to...

Authors Duncan Bob Whittington Mark Jaatun Martin Gilje Reyes Zuniga Alfredo Ramiro
Year 2017
Type Journal article
Publication

Playing Protection Poker for Practical Software Security

https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1404366

Software security is about creating software that keeps performing as intended even when exposed to an active attacker. Secure software engineering is thus relevant for all software, not only security software. We describe Protection Poker, a tool for risk estimation to be used as part of the iterat...

Year 2016
Type Journal article
Publication

An Empirical Study on the Relationship between Software Security Skills, Usage and Training needs in Agile Settings

https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1385731

Organizations recognize that protecting their assets against attacks is an important business. However, achieving what is adequate security requires taking bold steps to address security practices within the organization. In the Agile software development world, security engineering process is unacc...

Year 2016
Type Conference paper/Book chapter
Publication

Zebras and Lions: Better Incident Handling Through Improved Cooperation

https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1404322

The ability to appropriately prepare for, and respond to, information security incidents, is of paramount importance, as it is impossible to prevent all possible incidents from occurring. Current trends show that the power and automation industry is an attractive target for hackers. A main challenge...

Year 2016
Type Journal article
Publication

Enhancing accountability in the cloud

https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1420209

This article focuses on the role of accountability within information management, particularly in cloud computing contexts. Key to this notion is that an accountable Cloud Provider must demonstrate both willingness and capacity for being a responsible steward of other people's data. More generally, ...

Authors Jaatun Martin Gilje Pearson Siani Gittler Frédéric Leenes Ronald Niezen Maartje
Year 2016
Type Journal article
Publication

Cyber Security Incident Management in the Aviation Domain

https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1458138

Cyber Security Incident Management is an emerging paradigm and capability within the aviation domain. To date, limited research has addressed the requirements and developed tangible solutions for the deployment of such a capability. This paper leverages good practice and experiences from other criti...

Authors Jaatun Martin Gilje Koelle Rainer
Year 2016
Type Conference paper/Book chapter
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