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““To elicit security requirements you have to look at your product in a different way: how can people use the product in a non-intended way to reach other goals?”Jan Jaap Cannegieter in Building in security instead of testing it in
“The greater value lies in the relationships you create among the requirements and other model elements.”Pascal Roques in Modeling Requirements with SysML
“It is foreseeable that requirements engineers – and not only millennials – will increasingly use mobile devices when they go out to collaborate with their stakeholders.”Ursula Meseberg in Mobile RE
The Requirements Engineering Magazine is an independent online magazine, published every four months by IREB.
The Requirements Engineering Magazine shall serve as a platform for the active exchange of professionals on Requirements Engineering (RE). It is cost free in order to motivate as many professionals as possible to read the articles and thus give them the opportunity to expand their range of knowledge. Articles around the RE-topic are contributed by international professionals from the fields of BA and RE. Everybody is welcome to submit articles, may she/he be IREB member or not!
As the Requirements Engineering Magazine provides a global platform for the active exchange on RE, the articles solely reflect the authors’ viewpoints and do not necessarily express the opinion of the IREB; some articles might not represent the official position of IREB.
Bridging the impossible is the motto for issue 2015-02! The images reflect that very well: Impressive buildings where engineers have overcome great challenges.
Requirements Engineers often face great challenges as well. They need to specify Requirements in a way that all involved parties and stakeholders are satisfied. Last but not least the product/project should create value/profit for the organization and satisfy customer needs. Many times Requirements Engineers feel that this is simply impossible; they need to bridge the impossible.
The RE Magazine addresses many facets of the challenges that Requirements Engineers face. With articles from many different business areas and encompassing a range of both traditional and innovative approaches we try to give new insights to our readers. We want to broaden their horizons in Requirements Engineering in order to improve its application out in the field.
Issue 2015-02 forges a bridge from agile over security to the (mobile) future of Requirements Engineering and Research – we are Bridging the impossible!