the secure collaboration challenge
Globally, digital transformation has created new ways to work smarter and faster — anytime, anywhere. However, collaborating on and sharing sensitive or classified information introduces new risks and problems that must be solved.
A new threat vector has emerged with digital collaboration. Globally, careless or negligent employees and contractors account for 62% of insider security incidents, and malicious insiders 23%. Security that addresses insider threats and external threats is paramount for enterprises, government, defence industry, research, intelligence and supply chain collaboration.
Why Attribute Based Access Control?
Attribute Based Access Control (ABAC) is a security model that allows individuals to define rules to control who accesses information and under what conditions. This enables the right people to access the right information at the right time.
ABAC allows government, defence, and industry to safely share and collaborate on information and ensure that the conditions they set on access and sharing will be enforced.
The complete portfolio of archTIS solutions leverage a data-centric, attribute-based access control (ABAC) methodology to ensure the highest levels of data protection.
Applications of ABAC in Government, Defence and Industry
The ABAC methodology ensures secure information access and sharing across government and industry. Explore the applications below.
ABAC helps governments to facilitate highly secure and productive interagency and multinational collaboration.
ABAC facilitates the granular level of control needed to protect the TOP SECRET and critical Defence work.
ABAC enables financial services organisations to better protect client information and ensure compliance at all levels.
ABAC helps facilitate secure collaboration for big and complex projects, for increased productivity.
ABAC helps Defence protect the nation’s most sensitive and classified information, across the supply chain.
Healthcare & Life Sciences
ABAC helps securely share sensitive information and intellectual property in the development of critical health and response services.
ABAC enforces a greater level of protection over confidential documents and data, to uphold important justice processes.