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ALSO CALLED: Policy Management Software
DEFINITION: A policy server is a security component of a policy-based network that provides authorization services and facilitates tracking and control of files. The policy server accepts access control requests, processes them against a formal set of statements that define how the network's resources are to be allocated among its clients (known as the policy), and returns access control responses.In a policy-based  … 
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Successfully Mitigating Corporate Risk
sponsored by AT&T Corp
WHITE PAPER: This paper discusses how to help reduce risk and successfully manage your security infrastructure through conducting vulnerability assessments, using discovery tools, adopting centralized policy setting and event correlation, and taking a cohesive approach to updating network equipment.
Posted: 06 Apr 2010 | Published: 05 Apr 2010

AT&T Corp

Understanding and Selecting a Data Loss Prevention Solution
sponsored by Websense, Inc.
WHITE PAPER: Data Loss Prevention is a confusing market, but by understanding the capabilities of DLP tools you can choose an appropriate tool. This report will provide the necessary background in DLP to help you find the best match for your organization.
Posted: 03 Apr 2008 | Published: 03 Apr 2008

Websense, Inc.

Longhorn Server and New Group Policy Settings
sponsored by Global Knowledge
WHITE PAPER: With the advent of Microsoft's "Longhorn" technologies comes a wealth of new and improved Group Policy settings. This paper takes an introductory look at the new categories as well as changes and additions to the existing policy categories.
Posted: 14 Mar 2007 | Published: 01 Mar 2007

Global Knowledge
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POLICY SERVER SOFTWARE DEFINITION (continued): …  network, the resources can be allocated by the policy server based on the time of day, client authorization privileges, availability of network resources, and any other factors that the network manager may specify when composing the policy. With respect to files and documents, the policy server can allow or deny access, control the extent to which a client can use the document (for example, one-time printing or downloading only), track client use patterns, log changes or modifications, provide automatic updates, eliminate unnecessary redundancy, minimize the need to re-issue documents, and delete … 
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