Hossein Saiedian

Hossein Saiedian (Ph.D., Kansas State University, 1989) is currently an associate chair, director of IT degree programs, and a professor of computing and information technology at the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Kansas (KU) and a member of the KU Information and Telecommunication Technology Center (ITTC). Professor Saiedian has over 150 publications in a variety of topics in software engineering, computer science, information security, and information technology. His research in the past has been supported by the NSF as well as other national and regional foundations.

Phone: 785-864-8812

E-mail: saiedian@ku.edu

List of CrossTalk articles:

A Software Requirement Tool for Capturing Implied Security Requirements (Nov/Dec 2014)

Abstract. While expressing software requirements and needs, many clients, especially the non-technical ones, will indirectly imply concerns and expectations that are security related. One way to capture such implied concerns (i.e., security requirements that are not explicitly stated) is to use a parsing tool and look for terminology and keywords ...