Utilising the ArchiMate framework to model secure micromobility services : a review of ArchiMate, security modelling and micromobility enterprise (2021)
Type of ContentTheses / Dissertations
Degree NameMaster of Science
PublisherUniversity of Canterbury
This research investigates how the EA modelling language ArchiMate can be ex- tended to provide support for security modelling for application in the micromobility enterprise context. EA methodologies enable the governance of large business struc- tures and support the integration processes for IT systems. These benefits align well with the current needs of enterprise security, with stakeholders showing increasing interest in security governance and compliance. Micromobility enterprises are a good candidate for EA security modelling as they utilise quickly emerging and evolving technologies.
To investigate the unique, intersecting, context of ArchiMate, security modelling, and micromobility enterprises; a four phase methodology was defined. First, a scop- ing SMS study was held, identifying the current state of research and informing the SLR methodology. Second, an SLR study was held, identifying 71 primary papers for synthesis. Third, interviews within industry and government were performed to enrich and contextualise the findings of the SLR. Fourth, the synthesis of the SLR and interviews was completed.
The results of this research consist of four contributions. First, a mapping of current micromobility research is provided through the SMS study. This outlines a current lack of micromobility specific research. Second, an initial identification and classification of micromobility specific security considerations is provided. Third, interviews regarding micromobility, EA and security modelling provide deeper con- textualisation of the research and finally, the SLR synthesis, which identifies current issues, gaps in research and general findings.
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