By Mandy Pang, Senior Product Manager at Nextlabs and Ron Kaplan, Security Strategist at NextLabs In today’s collaborative world, eDRM (Enterprise Digital Rights Management) is proving to be one of the most effective ways to share documents with partners. EDRM is a technology that enables companies to restrict access to documents containing sensitive information, both … More The Case for Attribute-Based Policies in eDRM
By E.K. Koh In my last blog, Would data-level controls have stopped Snowden, I highlighted the importance to separate system rights from data rights. But what if Snowden was using a login credential that in fact grants him rights to sensitive data? Accounts vary, but in the blog What the Snowden affair taught us , … More Can we turn off Snowden’s access after the fact?
By Sandeep Chopra. “Attributes” is the new Role? In the last Gartner Identity and Access Summit in Nov 2013, Gregg Kreizmann, Research VP in Gartner, made a prediction that by 2020, 70% of all businesses will use attribute-based access control (ABAC) as the dominant mechanism to protect critical assets, up from <5% today. In Oct … More Attributes is the new role?
By Andy Han. I have been following the blog debate over the death of XACML spurred by Andres Cser at Forrester. The conversation reminded me of a similar debate we had here at NextLabs over eight years ago. In 2004, XACML was dead. I think there was one commercial product. But the security market was … More XACML is Growing Up