Guttorm Sindre

Guttorm Sindre (b.1964) holds a Ph.D. in Computer from the Norwegian Institute of Technology (NTH), 1990 and is currently professor in information systems at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Trondheim, Norway. He has published around 100 peer-reviewed papers in journals, books, and conferences since 1987, and has been involved in several national and international research projects. He has been on the program committee of several international conferences and was program co-chair of CAiSE’07, posters & demos chair of RE’08, and organizational co-chair of REFSQ’09. In recent years his research has focussed on conceptual modelling and early stage requirements techniques, especially related to security and safety, and he is currently project manager of REQSEC, a funded by the Norwegian Research Council to investigate techniques for security requirements.


Mitigation of Cheating in Online Exams: Strengths and Limitations of Biometric Authentication
Aparna Vegendla, Guttorm Sindre. © 2019. 22 pages.
E-exams have different cheating opportunities and mitigations than paper exams, and remote exams also have different cheating risks that on-site exams. It is important to...
Comparing Misuse Case and Mal-Activity Diagrams for Modelling Social Engineering Attacks
Peter Karpati, Guttorm Sindre, Raimundas Matulevicius. © 2012. 20 pages.
Understanding the social engineering threat is important in requirements engineering for security-critical information systems. Mal-activity diagrams have been proposed as being...
Capturing Location in Process Models: Comparing Small Adaptations of Mainstream Notation
Sundar Gopalakrishnan, John Krogstie, Guttorm Sindre. © 2012. 22 pages.
For mobile and multi-channel information systems it is often relevant to model where something is supposed to take place. Traditional business process modeling notations seldom...
Guttorm Sindre. © 2011.
This Foreword is included in the book Software Engineering for Secure Systems: Industrial and Research Perspectives.
A Survey of Development Methods for Semantic Web Service Systems
Terje Wahl, Guttorm Sindre. © 2011. 16 pages.
Semantic web services (SWS) hold the promise of enabling dynamic discovery of candidate web services fitting a particular specified need. One interesting question is what impact...
Integrating Semantic Web Technology, Web Services, and Workflow Modeling: Achieving System and Business Interoperability
John Krogstie, Csaba Veres, Guttorm Sindre. © 2007. 20 pages.
Much of the early focus in the area of Semantic Web has been on the development of representation languages for static conceptual information, while there has been less emphasis...