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Federal Government: Cross-domain ABAC Use Case

Agencies look to Cross Domain Solutions (CDS) to transfer information between these domains in a way that ensures the timely sharing of information while still maintaining confidentiality and integrity. The use of Attribute Based Access Control (ABAC), as defined by the NIST (SP) 800-162 Guide to ABAC, can provide fine-grained, dynamic authorization to enhance your agency’s CDS.

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