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 overview of AD interfaces IT Administrators would use to create DAC policies in Windows Server 2012, as well as what users experience.
Sandeep Chopra is the Director of Product Management at NextLabs. Sandeep’s extensive experience in Enterprise Information Risk Management includes work at Microsoft and Deloitte. In the past, he has created products, such as SharePoint, and delivered consulting services for Fortune 500 companies, enabling them to implement sustainable, risk-based data protection programs.