Similarity testing for access control

@article{Bertolino2015SimilarityTF,
  title={Similarity testing for access control},
  author={Antonia Bertolino and Said Daoudagh and Donia El Kateb and Christopher Henard and Yves Le Traon and Francesca Lonetti and Eda Marchetti and Tejeddine Mouelhi and Mike Papadakis},
  journal={Information & Software Technology},
  year={2015},
  volume={58},
  pages={355-372}
}
Context: Access Control is among the most important security mechanisms, and XACML is the de facto standard for specifying, storing and deploying access control policies. Since it is critical that enforced policies are correct, policy testing must be performed in an effective way to identify potential security flaws and bugs. In practice, exhaustive testing is impossible due to budget constraints. Therefore the tests need to be prioritized so that resources are focused on their most relevant… CONTINUE READING

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