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October 2007

Interview: CISO explains enterprise's access control policies

Authentication and access control used to be fairly simple propositions: set up user IDs, passwords and role-based permissions and you were done. In today's enterprise environments, you have to get deeper in the weeds. Mike Roberti, the chief information systems security officer at Harris Corp., knows that as well as anyone, having the unenviable task of ensuring his 10,000 users have secure access to the resources they require. Mike Roberti Authentication and access control are challenges for distributed companies, especially with partners and customers needing access to the network. How have you handled that? One of the things we had been trying to accomplish was the synchronization of IDs and passwords across the corporation. There were people trying to remember 10-plus passwords. The second thing was to give our users the ability to reset a password without having to call the help desk. Our vendor, Avatier, said, 'Give me your analyst for an hour and we'll have it in production in an hour.' That was a challenge, I thought. ...

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Features in this issue

  • Achieving Access Control with Symark PowerBroker 5.0

    In this product review, discover everything you need to know about Symark PowerBroker 5.0, such as policy control, logging and reporting capabilities, configuration and management.

  • SonicWALL TZ 180W firewall product review

    SonicWALL TZ 180W is an effective firewall for small- and medium-size businesses with a subset of features that will appeal to network managers.

  • Guardium SQL Guard 6.0 product review

    Guardium SQL Guard 6.0 is evaluated on its ability to monitor access to SQL databases. SQL Guard ensures a system of checks and balances between the security and database engineering teams.

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