I first met Michel Prompt, the founder and CEO of Radiant Logic, at the Burton Group Catalyst Conference way back in 2000. A few years later, I wrote one of my first reports, as an analyst, on the topic of Virtual Directories (now called Federated Identity Service), the core of Radiant Logic’s offering. So, the Axiomatics and Radiant Logic relationship, both directly and indirectly, has very deep roots.
The demands of modern business are driving the need for a new identity architecture. Contextual authorization enables businesses to share specific data with the right users and partners, under the right conditions, and at the right time. RadiantOne FID combined with Attribute Based Access Control (or “ABAC”) offers businesses a simple way to achieve this dynamic data sharing, while leveraging your existing investment in identity repositories and application development.
RadiantOne provides a 360-degree view of each user, as well as the contextual information about that user. The ability to build a consolidated profile for users simplifies the deployment of an ABAC authorization system and enables the enterprise to use all its information in the authorization process—even when that contextual data is scattered across multiple heterogeneous data stores. ABAC (or externalized authorization) is the industry best practice for securing access to an enterprise’s most important, sensitive, valuable and regulated digital assets and resources. With ABAC, enterprises can enable any number of data sharing scenarios, either within or between organizations, that comply with business, security and regulatory constraints.
Together, Axiomatics and Radiant Logic offer the industry leading, best-in-class solutions for Attribute Based Access Control (ABAC) and federated identity that easily integrate via the standard LDAP protocol. For more information, check out our White Paper – “Empower the New Identity Architecture: Combine a Federated Identity Service with Attribute Based Access Control (ABAC)” by clicking below.