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Securing Data With Label-Based Access Control (H01)

Topic: 2008 NA

Subtopic: DB2 for LUW



DATE: 2008-5-19 (09:45 AM - 10:45 AM)
SPEAKERS: Roger E. Sanders (EMC)

Label-based access control (LBAC) is a new security feature that uses one or more security labels to control who has read access and who has write access to individual rows and/or columns in a table. This presentation will introduce users to LBAC and walk them through the process used to set up LBAC protection on a table. Both row-level and column-level security will be addressed. LBAC rules and rule exemptions will be covered as well.

EXP. LEVEL: Intermediate

OBJECTIVES:

What Label-based Access Control (LBAC) is and how it is used to secure data

Roles and responsibilities of users who have been granted Security Administrator (SECADM) Authority

How to implement row-level LBAC security

How to implement column-level LBAC security

How and when to grant LBAC rule exemptions



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