Enforcing ABAC Policies to Meet Legal Requirements

A Webinar with Axiomatics and IAM Analysts KuppingerCole: Take me to recording Join Axiomatics and leading analyst firm KuppingerCole to learn more about Attribute Based Access Control (ABAC). ABAC solutions provide an organization with the power to control access to protected resources via a set of policies. These policies express the increasingly complicated legal and business environments […]

Delivering Dynamic Authorization with ABAC and IGA

A webinar with Axiomatics and Radiant Logic View the recording here: http://www.radiantlogic.com/learning-center/events/webinars/webinar-3312016/ A recent Gartner report predicts that by 2020, 70% of organizations will use Attribute-Based Access Control (ABAC) to protect critical assets, up from 5% today. We all know that ABAC—for fine-grained authorization, externalized and standards-based representation of policies—is the way to go. Along the way, […]

Axiomatics Boot Camp: ABAC and XACML Made Easy

Does the promise of attribute-based access control sound like magic? Don’t worry, you don’t need to be a wizard to write efficient and secure ABAC policies. In this bootcamp webinar, we will show you how you can easily write ABAC policies straight from within your IDE by using ALFA, the Abbreviated Language for Authorization. We […]

Eliminating Toxic Combinations in Access Control

As access control has become more complex, the assignment of roles has exploded out of control, making it harder to eliminate toxic combinations of roles that end up allowing access that should actually be denied. For example, the same person entering a trade should not be allowed to confirm it as well, as this can lead […]

Boot Camp: Multiple Projects for Policy Authoring

When using an Attribute Based Access Control approach, enterprises have varying requirements for segregation of an access control policy authoring and deployment architecture. These typically reflect their internal governance and compliance rules. For example, an enterprise may mandate that an employee associated with a specific department should not be able to view, much less edit, […]