By Soujanya Madhurapantula. Best Practices for Automating Electronic Export Control So at this point, I’m sure you can appreciate the challenges that an end-to-end export control solution has to handle. Not only must it effectively and carefully track shipments of goods, but also deal with all the technical documents that come with the product throughout … More 4 Steps to Automate Technical Data Export compliance
By Sandeep Chopra. In my last two posts on Dynamic Access Control (DAC), I described some of the limitations of traditional approaches to Authorization Management (see here) and how dynamic authorization is different (see here). It’s all about choosing the right tool for the job. This 2-minute use case from Andy Han provides a quick … More DAC in 2 Minutes
By Soujanya Madhurapantula. In the previous post, you’ve seen how we can control the movement of physical products using GTS. However, any company that deals in ITAR controlled products has associated technical data that they will need to share. And when these guys are people who are outside the US, or people who are within … More Controlling the Transfer of ITAR-related Technical Data: What will it take?
By Sandeep Chopra. In my previous post on access control in Windows Fileservers before Windows Server 2012, I argued that container-based authorization can be the right tool for the job when… Data-level controls are not necessary Discretionary policy enforcement is sufficient The number of containers and groups is small In this post, I describe the … More Container Based Controls versus Dynamic Authorization: The Difference in Windows Environments (Part 2)