Beyond Role Based Access Control - the ABAC Approach

  • LANGUAGE: English DATE: Tuesday, September 29, 2009 TIME: 16:00 CEST
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In this webinar we discuss the original ideas behind RBAC and why large RBAC projects often lead to role explosion problems and therefore fail in their initial ambitions. We also introduce the concept of Attribute Based Access Control (ABAC) which overcomes some of the well-known problems with RBAC and enables a fine-grained and contextual (adaptive) access control. ABAC meets the requirements of modern IT-infrastructures where dynamically changing needs must be captured and dealt with in real-time. This Webinar is supported by Axiomatics.


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Babak Sadighi has a PhD in Computer Science from Department of Computing, Imperial College, London. He was   until august 2008, a researcher at the Swedish Institute of Computer Science and the leader of Computer Security Laboratory at that institute. Babak has many years of R&D...


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Axiomatics is the leading provider of fine-grained access control. Axiomatics’ solutions are utilized by government agencies and Global Fortune 1000 companies around the world to enable digital transformation: share and safeguard sensitive information, meet compliance requirements, and minimize data fraud. Axiomatics provides Attribute Based Access Control (ABAC) for applications, databases, Big Data, APIs and microservices. To learn more please visit: www.axiomatics.com or @axiomatics. 

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