Reduce Your Attack Surface
Deploy Dynamic Data Masking
Reinforce SoD Policy Violations
When considering ABAC vs RBAC, it’s not about which is better. It’s about how they work together to create a dynamic authorization strategy.
Real-time policy enforcement and user activity monitoring
Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) and Attribute-Based Access Control (ABAC) are two ways of controlling the authentication process and authorizing users in SAP. Over the years, SAP’s standard RBAC approach is reaching its limits thanks to the growing complexity of access rules and the exponential number of workers accessing valuable ERP data remotely.
Organizations can simplify enforcing governance policies aligned with global trade regulations, segregation of duties, or the segregation of access between different business units by leveraging an attribute-based layer of access controls beyond standard role-based controls. When considering ABAC vs RBAC, Dynamic Data Enforcement extends and modernizes SAP’s existing security model by adding a fine-grain approach to user access using contextual attributes.
Complex User Provisioning
Access Rules Are Growing More Complex
Limited Segregation of Duties (SoD) Visibility
Enhances Existing RBAC with Attribute-Based Access Controls
Dynamic Data Enforcement combines SAP’s role-based access controls with an attribute-based access control solution that delivers an ABAC + RBAC hybrid approach. This approach enables granular control and visibility that delivers a wide range of business benefits and lets you deploy data-centric security policies that leverage the context of access in order to reduce risk. Dynamic Data Enforcement’s overcomes traditional controls’ limitations – allowing you to fully align SAP security policies with the objectives of your business and streamline audits and compliance.