A Policy-Oriented Language for Expressing Security Specifications

@article{Ribeiro2007APL,
  title={A Policy-Oriented Language for Expressing Security Specifications},
  author={Carlos Ribeiro and Paulo Jos{\'e} Azevedo Vianna Ferreira},
  journal={I. J. Network Security},
  year={2007},
  volume={5},
  pages={299-316}
}
Organizations’ authorization policies are usually described by access control rules enforced on each protected object scattered all over the organization. Having a single global security policy specification would promote both security clarity and coherency [4, 9, 18, 31, 37]. Having a single security model for the whole organization, a single point of management and enforcement with a innumerous set of unknown users, does not scale well. However, both the policy enforcement and the mapping of… CONTINUE READING
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