Rule-Based Policy

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Rule-Based Policy

Any government policy in which a jurisdiction rarely or never deviates from established norms. A rule-based policy does not make exceptions based upon extenuating circumstances.
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Complete Granular Control IT administrators can define granular rule-based policies governing which file types to check and policy actions after inspection.
CreekPath suggests a three-tier policy approach, including explicit policies, rule-based policies and constraint policies.
It balances workload demand against infrastructure supply to ensure that workloads have the right level of resources, by applying rule-based policies, advanced workload algorithms, and multi-dimensional "what-if" analysis.
Securent EMS is comprised of three XACML-based components that empower IT administrators and business users to administer, enforce, audit and review role- and rule-based policies -- the Policy Administration Point (PAP), the Policy Decision Point (PDP), and the Policy Enforcement Point (PEP).
EDM offers flexible, granular access control to better fit administrators' roles, while rule-based policies ensure that every administrative action taken is consistent with an organization's security standards.
As companies open up their networks, data, and applications to customers, employees, and partners, they must also administer, enforce, and audit role and rule-based policies to determine who in an organization is entitled to access which resources and under what conditions," said Rajiv Gupta, founder and CEO of Securent.
This will enable the company to establish uniform role and rule-based policies for provisioning access using BMC Identity Manager for .
The SpiderISA automatically updates vulnerability and attack signature databases; recognizes new applications as they are added; allows customizable, rule-based policies and procedures; and is available with up to four Ethernet interfaces to monitor multiple network segments concurrently.