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NIST Cybersecurity Frameworks

User-friendly compliance solutions from NextLabs help organizations discover compliance risks, reinforce employee compliance training, prevent violations, automate procedures to reduce compliance errors, and audit data usage for regulatory compliance.

What is Technical Data Export Control?

“Technical data” refers to a critical component of information that accompanies physical items or technology. It encompasses a wide range of data, including blueprints, diagrams, schematics, formulae, engineering designs, plans, photographs, manuals, and documentation.

What are Export Controls?

Export Controls are laws and regulations that govern the transfer or disclosure of goods, technology, software, services, and funds originating in one country to persons or entities based or having citizenship in another country, even if the regulated items are not crossing an international border.

What is Zero Trust Data Security?

Zero Trust and Data Centric security can be complementary approaches to security. Zero Trust can help to limit access to sensitive data, while Data Centric security can help to protect the data itself. By combining the two approaches, organizations can create a comprehensive security strategy that provides both network-level and data-level protection, helping to improve their overall security posture.

A Business User’s Guide to XACML

XACML stands for “eXtensible Access Control Markup Language”. It is an XML-based markup language designed specifically for Attribute-Based Access Control (ABAC). The standard defines a declarative fine-grained, attribute-based access control policy language, an architecture, and a processing model describing how to evaluate access requests according to the rules defined in policies.

What is Enterprise Digital Rights Management (E-DRM)?

Enterprise Digital Rights Management (E-DRM) technology is designed to secure sensitive data from unauthorized access or theft by both internal and external parties. Learn more about how to implement E-DRM to ensure sustainable security protection for both your business and customer data.

What is Policy Engine?

A policy engine is an essential component of Zero-Trust Architecture (ZTA), which has gained popularity in recent years as a security model that trusts no user or device by default. With the proliferation of data breaches and cyber attacks, organizations are seeking to adopt a Zero-Trust approach to secure their sensitive data and critical assets.

What is Externalized Authorization Management?

Typically, information and application access policies are hard coded into the application. That necessitates many months of coding effort to make any policy changes, which no longer fits with the speed of business today. Externalized Authorization Management externalizes access control decisions to a decision point that is decoupled from the application.

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