XACML is built for access authorization

We consider it the ABaC of access control

eXtensible Access Control Markup Language (XACML) is a policy language built on standards. It was designed purposely to address the fine-grained requirements of complex, quickly-growing, ever-changing access controls.

While XACML in and of itself may be not as simple as the ABCs, our experts do what they can to break it down and give you the concise, straight facts during this video discussion.

Learn more about:

  • Everything you wanted to know about XACML but were afraid to ask
  • What the process is to standardize XACML and associated profiles
  • What attributes can be used in a deployment
  • A real-life example of the need for policy interoperability

Learn all that and more by watching our panel discussion!

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