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Windows Server 2012 Dynamic Access Control (DAC) is a new authorization model that greatly simplifies management of access to information resources. With DAC, Microsoft has introduced Attribute Based Access Control (ABAC) natively in the operating system, which gives companies the ability to define policies that control access to files based on their business value and risk, by considering the classification of the data and the properties of users and devices.
This white paper will review the following:
- Limitations of traditional Access Control List and Group Management approaches.
- How ABAC is fundamentally different
- Benefits of DAC and how it's features address the limitations of ACLs
- Real world use case - how to use DAC to design controls that satisfy complex industry regulations for information access and usage.