Answer page: Building an identity and access management architecture quiz

1. Answer: b. The ID management system is authoritative and can overwrite data in managed systems.
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2. Answer: d. All of the above.
Learn more about Web application access control in the article, From the gateway to the application: Effective access control strategies.


















































3. Answer: c. They require access to the managed systems for reporting.
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4. Answer: a. They provide rich mechanisms to manage groups, roles and privileges but tend to focus on controlling access only to resources that can be addressed by a URL.
Learn more about access control products in the article, From the gateway to the application: Effective access control strategies.
























































5. Answer: d. Strong security design.
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Did you pass the quiz? Send us your results. To review the questions you got wrong, visit the materials in the Building an identity and access management architecture lesson plan of our Identity and Access Management Security School.

This was first published in August 2006

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