Sunday, 24 February 2013

Top 5 authorization security considerations in Business Process Management

All users are not created equally. Authorization is the process of ensuring that a user (or other computer system) has permission to perform a given act. IBM Business Process Manager defines a very fine-grained authorization model. Getting this model right – ensuring that only the right people have access to certain resources – is key to securing your Business Process Management environment. Using excerpts from J Keith Wood and Jens Engelke's new IBM Redbooks publication IBM Business Process Manager Security: Concepts and Guidance, here's the top 5 authorization security concerns we are seeing in Business Process Management today.


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