Definition Edit

Traceability analysis is

[t]he analysis of the relationships between two or more products of the development process conducted to determine that objectives have been met or that the effort represented by the products is completed.[1]

Overview Edit

"A requirements traceability analysis demonstrates that all system security requirements have been traced to and are justified by at least one stakeholder security requirement, and that each stakeholder security requirement is satisfied by at least one system security requirement."[2]

References Edit

  1. NIST Special Publication 800-160, at B-15.
  2. Id.

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