Below you will find a number of White Papers published by Axiomatics. Click on the Readmore links to read a full summary. To access the actual PDF, you may in some cases need to login or, for new visitors, register for an account with Axiomatics. If you are already logged in, click Read more below and browse to the end of the article to get to the PDF. If you are not logged on, you will find a login form at the bottom of each page summary.
The Axiomatics Extension for CA SiteMinder
The Axiomatics Extension for CA SiteMinder, validated by CA Technology, brings XACML-based authorization to this market leading Web Access Management solution. The white paper describes the key features of the CA SiteMinder integration and the type of use cases for which it may be of interest.
Getting started with ABAC
Attribute Based Access Control (ABAC) is the next generation access control scheme. It leverages the currently domintaing model, Role Based Access Control (RBAC) but overcomes its weaknesses. With ABAC corporate access control policies are implemented using a rich policy language that reflect the actual business rules of the organization.
The Axiomatics Policy Server 5.0 - White Paper
With the release of the Axiomatics Policy Server 5.0, Axiomatics introduces an new key component in its XACML-based authorization solution. The Axomatics Services Manager (ASM) is a web-based graphical user interface. Administrators use it to deploy, configure and monitor Policy Decision Points (PDP) from a central point.
The Axiomatics Policy Server 4.0 - Whitepaper
The Axiomatics Policy Server (APS) is a policy management tool that, utilizing the eXtensible Access Control Markup Language (XACML), enables enterprises to manage portable and fine-grained authorization policies. This paper details how this standards-based solution can be fully utilized and the benefits on offer from this novel system.
Attribute Based Access Control (ABAC) - the Best Cure for Sustainable eHealth Services
With the digitalization of health records effective sharing of patient data offers considerable benefits for patients and healthcare professionals alike. However, ensuring confidentiality of information and thereby patient integrity remains a security issue for many healthcare organizations. This paper discusses how, through XACML-based access control, security issues can be overcome.
The Identity & Access Management (R)evolution
Identity & Access Management (IAM) is a vital function of any large organization. One which demands considerable investments in technology, operational costs and professional services. This paper discusses how, through effective access control, organizations can evolve their IAM function to gain a significant competitive advantage, while reducing IT development costs.
Enforcing segregation of duties
Segregation of duties has emerged as a problem growing completely out of proportion, mainly due to poorly design access control techniques. A switch from the Role Based Access Control (RBAC) concept to modern Attribute Based Access Control (ABAC) schemes considerably simplifies SoD resolution. This White Paper explains why.