Published: 13 March 2007
Analyst(s): Mike Neuenschwander, Gerry Gebel
As organizations work to secure their online resources, architects must establish a strategy for authorization policy. In this update to the Burton Group Reference Architecture, architects can find a wealth of information on how to undertake this task. This Technical Position covers administration of authorization policy, the definitions of policy domains and their interrelationships, and how to effect policy statements on the network.
Statement & Basis for Position
Relationship to Other Components
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