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With the growth of modern systems and infrastructures, automated and intelligent response systems become the holy grail of the security community. An interesting approach proposes to use dynamic access control policies to specify response policies for such systems. These policies should be enforced when an ongoing attack, that threatens the monitored system, is detected. However, existing work do not present a clear methodology to specify the Response policies. In particular, the deactivationdoi:10.1109/nss.2010.80 dblp:conf/nss/KanounCCD10 fatcat:nphpgzklkzcb3huotclq3y5ltu