Dynamic Authorization Management

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Executive View: IBM Security Policy Management - 70953

Some years ago IBM brought out a brilliant product in the Tivoli Security Policy Manager (TSPM), a tool to centralize policy administration for access control solutions. It was IBM’s first foray into attribute-based access control and provided a “discrete” externalized authentication tool…

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Jul 30, 2014: Identity Managed Data Loss Prevention – sleep well at night

It’s never been easier to control who has access to what, who authorised it, who’s access hasn’t been removed and to generate reports on it all. We’ll look at the direction of technological and standards development and discuss the ramifications – what do you have to do to exploit the potential?

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Leadership Compass: Dynamic Authorization Management - 70966

Dynamic Authorization Management is arguably the most exciting area in identity and access management today. It is the way in which organizations leverage their identity and access management environment to control access to restricted resources. Access control to file shares, network…

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Dynamic Authorization Management and ABAC: The journey is the reward

Chinese philosopher Confucius is said to be the originator of the saying “the journey is the reward”. What does it mean? In its historic meaning, it says that by moving forward people will benefit, even while they might not reach perfection. Applied to projects, it means that continuous…

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Executive View: Oracle Entitlements Server (OES) 11gR2 - 70831

Dynamic Authorization Management for applications based on centrally managed policies, enforced at runtime. Support for existing applications, without any code changes, through the Oracle API Gateway...

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Meet the Next-Generation Oracle

Oracle OpenWorld 2019 has just wrapped yesterday, and if there is a single word that can describe my impressions of it, that would be “different”. Immediately noticeable was the absence of the traditional Oracle Red spilling into the streets around the Moscone Center in San Francisco, and the reason behind it is the new corporate design system called Redwood. You can already see its colors and patterns applied to the company’s website, but more importantly, it defines new UI [...]

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