This probably sounds familiar: “Access Management technology is unable to handle modern networks.” The idea is nothing new, but it’s been getting a lot of airtime, as data breach after data breach result from clumsy workplace access management. Now, many are saying that even Role-based Access Control (RBAC) isn’t enough to account for the countless devices, environments, and circumstances of the modern workplace. According to some critics, the answer to these problems is Contextual Access Management. But what exactly does that mean?
In this brief video, clocking in at just over two minutes, experts from Nova Coast, a security and compliance services company, explain what contextual access management is, and how it can be used to alleviate the growing pains of Identity Management in the modern workplace.
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