Using Microsoft Dynamic Access Control to create Information Barriers for SEC Compliance

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Microsoft Server 2012 Dynamic Access Control (DAC) is a new authorization model that gives companies the ability to define central access policies to control access to files based on the …

Microsoft Server 2012 Dynamic Access Control (DAC) is a new authorization model that gives companies the ability to define central access policies to control access to files based on the classification of the data and attributes of the user. DAC greatly simplifies the administration of file server security and makes it easier to comply with SEC regulations for information barriers and protection of sensitive client data.

Attendees of this webinar will learn more about Windows Server 2012 DAC and see how it can be applied to improve compliance with SEC regulations.
In this webinar, Microsoft and NextLabs will:

• Introduce you to DAC, a powerful new security feature in Windows Server 2012.
• Map DAC functionality to critical SEC requirements for classification, access control, information barriers and record keeping.
• Demonstrate a solution where DAC is used to automate SEC compliance controls across Windows Server 2012, Microsoft SharePoint and email.

This webinar will be helpful for customers who need to meet SEC requirements, or who are interested in creating information barriers between project teams. It is also helpful for both Compliance and IT professionals looking for tools to help them reduce IT administration cost, enable information sharing, and improve corporate compliance.

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  • Using  Microsoft Dynamic Access Control for Electronic Export Compliance Microsoft Server 2012 Dynamic Access Control (DAC) is a new authorization model that gives companies the ability to define central access policies that control access to files based on the classification of the data and attributes of the user.  IT administrators love DAC because it greatly simplifies the administration of file server security.   Export Compliance loves DAC because it makes it easier to comply with global export control regulations for technical data. Please join Nir Ben Zvi, from Microsoft,  and Andy Han, from NextLabs, to learn more about Windows Server 2012 DAC and see how it can be applied to improve compliance with global export regulations such as US ITAR and EAR.   In this webinar, Microsoft and NextLabs will:Introduce you to DAC, a powerful new security feature in Windows Server 2012.Map DAC functionality to critical export compliance requirements for classification, access control, and record keeping.Demonstrate a solution where DAC is used to automate export compliance controls across Windows Server 2012 and Microsoft SharePoint.  This webinar will be helpful for both Export Compliance and IT professionals looking for tools that will help them reduce IT administration cost, enable information sharing, and improve company compliance.

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  • 1. © 2005-2013 NextLabs Inc.Using Microsoft Dynamic Access Control toCreate Information Barriers for SEC ComplianceNir Ben-ZviPrincipal Program ManagerAndy Han,VP of Product Management
  • 2. © 2005-2013 NextLabs Inc.AgendaMicrosoft Dynamic Access Control (DAC)OverviewSEC Compliance and Information BarriersSEC Information Barrier Solution Walkthrough
  • 3. CSO/CIOdepartment“I need to havethe rightcompliancecontrols to keepme out of jail”InfrastructureSupport“I don’t knowwhat data is inmy repositoriesand how tocontrol it”Content Owner“Is myimportant dataappropriatelyprotected andcompliant withregulations –how do I auditthis”IW“I don’t know if Iam complyingwith myorganization’spolices”
  • 4. x 50CountryDepartment x 20Sensitive
  • 5. User claimsUser.Department = FinanceUser.Clearance = HighACCESS POLICYApplies to: @File.Impact = HighAllow | Read, Write | if (@User.Department == @File.Department) AND(@Device.Managed == True)Device claimsDevice.Department = FinanceDevice.Managed = TrueResource propertiesResource.Department =FinanceResource.Impact = HighAD DS8FileServer
  • 6. © 2005-2013 NextLabs Inc.SEC INFORMATION BARRIERSMapping Dynamic Access Control to
  • 7. © 2005-2013 NextLabs Inc.Thank You!Thank you for watching a preview of our webinar.So far, you have seen an overview of Microsoft Dynamic Access Control (DAC)and how it can provide a dynamic way to control access to your critical data.The second half of this presentation covers specific SEC requirements forinformation barriers and looks at how to apply features of Microsoft DAC toprovide a solution that helps companies simplify their compliance programand improve their compliance posture.Click HERE to request access to view the entire webinar.- NextLabswww.nextlabs.com