Rule-based Policy Specification

@inproceedings{Antoniou2007RulebasedPS,
  title={Rule-based Policy Specification},
  author={Grigoris Antoniou and Matteo Baldoni and Piero A. Bonatti and Wolfgang Nejdl and Daniel Olmedilla},
  booktitle={Secure Data Management in Decentralized Systems},
  year={2007}
}
For a long time, logic programming and rule-based reasoning have been proposed as a basis for policy specification languages. However, the term “policy” has not been given a unique meaning. In fact, it is used in the literature in a broad sense that encompasses the following notions: Security Policies pose constraints on the behaviour of a system. They are typically used to control permissions of users/groups while accessing resources and services. Trust Management policy languages… CONTINUE READING

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