Security within computing systems is ambiguous, proliferated through obscurity, a knowledgeable user, or plain luck. Presented is a novel concept for structuring computing systems to achieve a higher degree of overall system security through the compartmentalization and isolation of executed instructions for each component. Envisioned is a scalable model which focuses on lower level operations to alleviate the view of security as a binary outcome to that of a deterministic metric based on a set of independent characteristics.
Creado, O. M., Le, P. D., Newmarch, J., & Tan, J. (2015). A structuring concept for securing modern day computing systems. Procedia Computer Science, 51(1), 2764-2768. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.procs.2015.05.427