Slides from the live webinar on October 18th, 2012 …
Slides from the live webinar on October 18th, 2012
Throughout the years, IT administrators have sought many ways to protect file server data. As organizations mature, so does their security policies, data governance, and data leakage prevention capabilities. Technology has played a key role to assist with the simple goal of preventing unauthorized access to corporate data. However, preventing unauthorized access is only a part of the equation. Granting authorized access, whilst minimizing the effort in doing so is the tricky part.
Microsoft’s new Dynamic Access Control capability, built into Windows Server 2012, greatly improves Compliance and leverages Data Leakage Prevention to enable Data Governance. Administrators now have greater control over file server data by taking advantage of Active Directory claims, an improved access control technology over standard ACLs, Active Directory centralized authorization/auditing policy, and data classification. This webinar provides a quick peek at Dynamic Access Control and how it can greatly reduce the micromanagement of Active Directory groups and Access Control Lists.
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