Windows Server 2012 Dynamic Access Control Overview

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This session provides an overview of the new Dynamic Access Control capabilities built into Windows Server 2012 and how it can best be leveraged for Compliance and Data Leakage Prevention to enable Data Governance. Administrators now have greater control over file server data by leveraging Active Directory claims, a more robust ACL model, Active Directory centralized authorization/auditing policy, and data classification. This session provides an overview of the principal Dynamic Access Control scenarios, showcases the data classification toolkit and integrated partner solutions, and provides a foundation for the Dynamic Access Control breakout sessions. #TESIA207

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      Bob Bradley

      The reason I'm interested in this is that it suddenly means that the integrity of user properties changes from being "nice to have" (useful meta data about a person) to a security dependency for the organisation (i.e. you can't set up a DAC on a folder such as "all users in department x have access to resource y" if you can't rely on the integrity of the department property :)

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