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How much confidence does your organization have in the authenticity of its documents and supporting workflows?
Assessing needs for document security can be a daunting challenge for any IT leader. Use this tool to help gain an understanding of your organization's needs for a document security tool(s). This assessment asks you a series of questions about your:
The foundation for this, or any, solid document security needs assessment is the concept of trust — how much confidence organizations must have in the authenticity of their documents and supporting workflows.
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This document provides Federal agencies with a definition of attribute based access control (ABAC). ABAC is a logical access control methodology where authorization to perform a set of operations is determined by evaluating a variety of attributes. ... More >>