Axiomatics is the premier vendor of dynamic authorization delivered through Attribute Based Access Control (ABAC) solutions. The company is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden and has offices across the US. Axiomatics is a driving force behind dynamic access control through its suite of industry standard products. These products are utilized by Global Fortune 2000 companies and federal government agencies to balance compliance, information sharing, and the protection of critical assets and Intellectual Property.
Dynamic Authorization Solutions for Applications, Databases, Big Data, Microservices and APIs to help organizations apply a policy-based approach to protect the most critical assets.
We serve a Global customer base within finance, healthcare, insurance, manufacturing, media, pharma, US Federal Government and the public sector, and have trusted global partners that help augment our solutions with both technology and services.
ABAC is the Next Generation authorization model that provides dynamic, context-aware and risk-intelligent access control. ABAC helps achieve a top-down approach to governance through transparency in policy enforcement.
With over 25 patents, hands-on authorship of the XACML standard, and deep industry and technical expertise across our teams, Axiomatics is the leader in driving dynamic authorization.
Axiomatics is proud to be a bronze partner for FIRA, an Assurance provider that verifies CSR performances of companies and organizations. The FIRA Platform is closely aligned with international standards such as ISO 26000, AA100 and GRI. Corporate Social Responsibility is an important part of the company's corporate strategy.
A 2019 report surveying more than 170 prequalified federal government and industry IT experts about zero-trust security capabilities showed agencies are narrowing their security defenses, using a ZTNA approach to manage access to their information resources.
Wide network perimeters worked when a single location stored information and users only accessed the network from known devices. But, as businesses update their IT architecture and priorities shift to support remote employees, adopting a ZTNA philosophy is now imperative.