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Testing privacy policies using models
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  • Percy A. Pari-Salas, Bond University
  • Padmanabhan Krishnan, Bond University
Date of this Version
11-1-2008
Document Type
Conference Paper
Publication Details

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Pari-Salas, P.A. & Krishnan, P. (2008). Testing privacy policies using models. Paper presented at the 2008 Sixth Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) International Conference on Software Engineering and Formal Methods, Cape Town, South Africa.

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Abstract
Privacy policies are usually expressed at a high level using languages such as P3P, EPAL, which are independent of applications. To check if a system satisfies a privacy policy requires to link it with the behaviour of the system and its environment. We propose a framework which is based on models to support the automation of testing if a software system meets a policy. In our framework, policies and system's behaviour are expressed using formal models. These formal models are then combined and used to derive test cases. The main advantage of this approach is the automation of the testing process. We demonstrate its applicability via two examples.
Citation Information
Percy A. Pari-Salas and Padmanabhan Krishnan. "Testing privacy policies using models" (2008)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/percy_pari_salas/1/