Identity and Access Management – Unbeatable Security
As far as business operations are concerned, security is one among the most challenging tasks to be administered. Securing the right information at the right hands has always been a challenge. Safeguarding the resources, functionality, data and documents require a well-built safety system backed up by a strong security architecture.
Secure First manages users and groups of all Biz First Apps through a centralized system. The users and groups can be custom assigned to Resources or Groups of Resources such as functions, data or documents.
Every user component you see on BizFirst applications can be individually secured. Process, Rule, Service and Data components can be secured in this way. App and App Modules can also be secured. All Biz First Apps are protected by an additional layer of security provided by Secure First.
Data Level Security
BizFirst security protects the data objects such as dataconnection or datasource based on the data security. It also supports record-level security. Say for example, you can secure a particular doctor, book or file from one or multiple users or groups.
Biz First introduced an innovative bucketing model too to ensure advanced level data security. This revolutionary model can provide you with a specialized logical data partitioning and protection algorithm. It also helps when you are creating zones (overlapping) or do segmentation across your entire database and arrange custom mapping for each user. Even though the theory seems a bit complex to understand, on implementing it, you will realize that it opens up a great potential to build a highly secured system.
You can simply define all the users and user groups once and can use it everywhere.
Secure First Access Management System validates each user against each resource it tries to access.
Secure First puts forth three distinct security models – a Security Architect can decide over which model is best suited for their subsystem during the product-planning phase.
There are many prevailing access management systems in the market, which do a fair job in organizing identities (users) and also up to a certain extent in handling the access control (mapping between identity and target resource).
Data Segmentation is more of less similar to Data Zoning itself.