The challenge with authentication is that at its core it is designed to provide a positive or negative response. But the world’s complexities mean simply authenticating someone with such a black or white response is no longer sufficient.
Enterprises face a rapid expansion of diverse users alongside an influx of applications, devices, APIs, and microservices. That means evolving an existing Role Based Access Control (RBAC) model to an Attribute Based Access Control (ABAC) model.
A recent Forrester report predicts in 2022 that sixty percent of security incidents will result from issues with third parties. Separating fact from fiction when it comes to dynamic authorization can help.
Understanding the risks with attributes with Zero Trust and authorization
In this excerpt, Axiomatics CPO Mark Cassetta explains why embracing and understanding the risks with attributes in a Zero Trust model is key to folding it in to your overall authorization implementation.