Perceptions around scalability and management of an ABAC model must be addressed, along with the perceived complexity of policy frameworks and legacy integration capabilities that aren’t capable of making just-in-time decisions.
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The number of use cases that can be enabled by attribute-based access controls are as many and as varied as the attributes themselves. This blog collects multiple cases to illustrate what becomes possible when policy becomes the new perimeter for protecting access to data and…
ABAC offers much more than other approaches: better security, authoritative claims, detailed compliance, change resiliency, real-time enforcement, and the value of explicit frameworks.
Get a technical overview of the solution and an explanation of policy-driven access controls, including comparisons to other methods to explore how Machina for EKM resolves the tension between competing needs
The third of this seven-part series defines attribute-based access controls, which go beyond just users and roles to perform a comprehensive evaluation across multiple vectors
New cloud connectors for S3, GCS and Azure enable developers to protect and control access to data stored in the cloud.
The second of this seven-part series examines the shortcomings of RBAC (role-based access control) models in the face of rapid change
The first of this seven-part series traces the evolution of access controls from access control lists (ACLs) to the role based access controls (RBAC) used by most identity solutions.