||An existing architectural attack propagation analysis considers vulnerability analysis in software architecture. The analysis is using access control policies together with the vulnerabilities and their combinations to propagate through the system. This phenomenon has to be investigated thoroughly in a real-life context to be able to make conclusions about metrics, e.g. accuracy. However, a concrete approach to achieve the investigation of Attack Propagation Analyses in a real-life context is missing. This work aims to close this gap with “A Mobility Case Study for Validating Attack Propagation Analyses”. In order to achieve validity, conventional properties of case studies in software engineering were identified. Afterward, the end result, in form of a software model, was reviewed according to these properties. This review has revealed that all properties were fulfilled, however not in the highest degree of fulfillment. A discussion about this is held in this thesis.