DB2 9: Label-Based Access Control

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DB2 9: Label-Based Access Control

Time: August 20, 2009 from 6pm to 7pm
Location: DB2 Chat with the Lab -
Event Type: webinar, db2, chat, with, the, lab, webcast
Organized By: IBM
Latest Activity: Aug 20, 2009

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Recording of this DB2 Chat with the Lab held on October 12, 2006 is available.
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Securing information assets and restricting data access to only those with the need to know is becoming a significant challenge for many organizations, especially in highly classified environments such as government agencies, armed forces, healthcare institutions, etc. Label-Based Access Control (LBAC) is a new security capability in DB2 9 that allows you to control access to your data at a very granular level. With LBAC you can limit data access at the row and/or column level based on security labels. Unlike traditional implementations of mandatory access control (e.g., Multilevel Security), the DB2 LBAC capability allows you to tailor the security label definition to best suit your application specific needs. DB2 LBAC integrates well with other DB2 capabilities (like data partitioning) and can be combined with such capabilities to offer an even stronger security.

Join Sal Vella, VP of DB2 Development, and Walid Rjaibi, Senior DB2 Software Engineer - Security and Privacy, for a deep dive into the LBAC capability in DB2 9 on Linux, UNIX, and Windows.

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