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Security policies are becoming more sophisticated. Operational forces will often be faced with making tricky risk decisions and policies must be flexible enough to allow appropriate actions to be facilitated. Access requests are no longer simple subject access object matters. There is often a great deal of context to be taken into account. Most security work is couched in terms of risk management, but the benefits of actions will need to be taken into account too. In some cases it may not be clear what the policy should be. People are often better at dealing with specific examples than producing general rules. This paper investigates the use of Grammatical Evolution (GE) to attempt to infer Fuzzy MLS policy from decision examples.
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