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INCOSE International Symposium
System adversarial communities appear to exhibit characteristics of natural agile systems, and enjoy an advantage as a result over static systems that are the focus of their attacks. A project started in graduate courses at Stevens Institute of Technology and currently pursued by the International Council on Systems Engineering Working Group on Systems Security Engineering works under the premise that security strategy will benefit by architectural patterns that are equally self organizing. Todoi:10.1002/j.2334-5837.2011.tb01315.x fatcat:apzp5dauifcalgp7xpayvpwdyq