The papers are here.
Managing Complexity in Secure Networks.
Dixie B. Baker.
The Evolved Threat Paradigm: Look Who's Wearing the Black Hats!.
Dorothy E. Denning.
A New Paradigm for Trusted Systems.
Computer Security by Redefining What a Computer Is.
José de J. Vásquez-Gómez.
Modelling Multidomain Security.
Hilary H. Hosmer.
The Multipolicy Paradigm for Trusted Systems.
Leonard J. LaPadula.
Prospect on Security Paradigms.
Leonard J. LaPadula and James G. Williams.
External Consistency in a Networking Environment.
New Paradigms for High Assurance Software.
An Outline of a Taxonomy for Computer Security Research and Development.
J. Bret Michael, Edgar H. Sibley, and David C. Littman.
Integration of Formal and Heuristic Reasoning as a Basis for Testing and Debugging Computer Security Policy.
The Reference Monitor: An Idea Whose Time Has Come.
We Need to Think About the Foundations of Computer Security.
James M. Slack.
Security in an Object-Oriented Database.
Ros Strens and John Dobson.
How Responsibility Modelling Leads to Security Requirements.
R. K. Thomas and R. S. Sandhu.
Towards a task-based paradigm for flexible and adaptable access control in distributed applications.
Secure Computing with the Actor Paradigm.
James G. Williams.
A Shift in Security Modeling Paradigms.
Kioumars Yazdanian and Frederic Cuppens.
Neighborhood Data and Database Security.