Windows 8 Dynamic Access Control
John Craddock has been working with claims-based identity for a number of years. Imagine the excitement when he discovered Windows 8 will provide Dynamic Access Control based on claims carried in the user’s Kerberos token. Not only can you have user claims but also claims about the device that is accessing the resource.
Combine claims based identity with data tagging and auditing and you have the potential to build systems that implement enterprise authorization schemes that will match the needs for compliance, security auditing and forensics. Visualize the potential when authorization rules can be built to allow read access to a resource based on (Resource.Department = HR) AND (User.Department = HR) AND (device.ManagedBy = HR). All done without the need for groups. In this session you will discover the details behind Dynamic Access Control in Windows 8. The session is packed with demos.
Speaker: John Craddock
Published Date: maart 01, 2012
Presented By: Cleonice Ferreira
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