Thein Tun Loakthar

Thein Tun Loakthar


I am a Research Associate in the Computing & Communications Department of the Open University UK. My current research interests lie at the intersections of software engineering, system security and digital forensics. I am a member of the Software Engineering And Design group.


School of Computing & Communications | The Open University | Milton Keynes MK7 6AA | UK

 +44 (0) 1908 332 610    thein.tun@open.ac.uk    thein.than.tun    @loakthar


Research Publications

Copies of my research papers are provided here for personal use only. A fuller listing of papers can be found on the ORO site.


Snap Forensics: A Tradeoff between Ephemeral Intelligence and Persistent Evidence Collection

 Paper  Biblio
Yu & Tun (2017) SERF
Digital Forensics Privacy

Feature-driven Mediator Synthesis: Supporting Collaborative Security in the Internet of Things

 Paper  Biblio  Code/Demo
Bennaceur, Tun, Bandara, Yu, & Nuseibeh (2017) ACM Transactions on Cyber-Physical Systems
System Security Software Engineering

Verifiable Limited Disclosure: Reporting and Handling Digital Evidence in Police Investigations

 Best Short Paper  Paper  Biblio  App
Tun, Price, Bandara, Yu, & Nuseibeh (2016) iRENIC
Digital Forensics Privacy

Automated analysis of security requirements through risk-based argumentation

 Paper  Biblio  Code
Yu, Franqueira, Tun, Wieringa, Nuseibeh (2015) JSS
System Security

"Why can't I do that?": Tracing adaptive security decisions

 Paper  Biblio
Nhlabatsi, Tun, Khan, Yu, Bandara, Khan, & Nuseibeh (2015) Self-Adaptive Systems - EAI
System Security Software Engineering

Managing security control assumptions using causal traceability

 Paper  Biblio
Nhlabatsi, Yu, Zisman, Tun, Khan, Bandara, Khan, & Nuseibeh (2015) SST
System Security Software Engineering

The Role of Environmental Assumptions in Failures of DNA Nanosystems

 Paper  Biblio
Tun, Lutz, Nakayama, Yu, Mathur, & Nuseibeh (2015) COUFLESS
Software Engineering System Failures

Towards explaining rebuttals in security arguments

 Paper  Biblio  Code
Yu, Piwek, Tun & Nuseibeh (2014) CMNA
System Security Software Engineering

Traceability for adaptive information security in the cloud

 Paper  Biblio
Nhlabatsi, Tun, Khan, Yu, Bandara, Khan, & Nuseibeh (2014). IEEE CLOUD Computing
System Security Software Engineering

Requirements-driven mediation for collaborative security

 Paper  Biblio
Bennaceur, Bandara, Jackson, Liu, Montrieux, Tun, Yu, & Nuseibeh (2014) SEAMS
System Security Software Engineering

Evolution of security engineering artifacts: a state of the art survey

 Paper  Biblio
Felderer et. al. (2014). IJSSE
System Security Software Engineering

Requirements-driven adaptive digital forensics.

 Best Poster Award  Paper  Biblio
Pasquale, Yu, Salehie, Cavallaro, Tun, & Nuseibeh (2013) RE
Digital Forensics Software Engineering

Specifying software features for composition: a tool-supported approach

 Paper  Biblio
Tun, Laney, Yu, & Nuseibeh (2013) Computer Networks
Software Engineering Problem Frames

Aspect interactions: a requirements engineering perspective

 Paper  Biblio   Code
Tun, Yu, Jackson, Laney, & Nuseibeh (2013) AORE Book edited by Moreira, Chitchyan, Araujo & Rashid
Software Engineering

Maintaining security requirements of software systems using evolving crosscutting dependencies

 Paper  Biblio
Saleem, Montrieux, Yu, Tun, & Nuseibeh (2013) AORE Book edited by Moreira, Chitchyan, Araujo & Rashid
Software Engineering System Security

Separation of concerns in feature diagram languages: a systematic survey

 Paper  Biblio
Hubaux, Tun & Heymans (2013) CSUR
Software Engineering Software Product Line

Separating concerns in feature models: retrospective and support for multi-views

 Paper  Biblio
Hubaux et al. (2013) Domain Engineering Book edited by Reinhartz-Berger et al.
Software Engineering Software Product Line

Privacy arguments: analysing selective disclosure requirements for mobile applications

 Paper + Event Calculus models  Biblio
Tun, Bandara, Price, Yu, Haley, Omoronyia, & Nuseibeh (2012) RE
Software Engineering Privacy

An aspect-oriented approach to relating security requirements and access control

 Paper  Biblio
Alebrahim, Tun, Yu, Heisel, & Nuseibeh (2012) CAiSE'12 Forum
Software Engineering System Security

Specifying and detecting meaningful changes in programs

 Paper  Biblio  Repos
Yu, Tun, & Nuseibeh (2011) ASE
Software Engineering

An NFR pattern approach to dealing with NFRs

 Paper  Biblio
Supakkul, Hill, Chung, Tun, & do Prado Leite (2010) RE
Software Engineering System Security

Risk and argument: a risk-based argumentation method for practical security

 Distinguish Paper Award  Paper  Biblio  Code
Franqueira, Tun, Yu, Wieringa & Nuseibeh (2011) RE
Software Engineering System Security


Projects

I have led and participated in a number of international research projects. Funders include QNRF, ERC, EPSRC, EU, Microsoft and the British Council.