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Secure Federated Data Sharing SFDS
Secure Federated Data Sharing (SFDS) is a standards-based approach to facilitate the sharing of data through access control. The ability to share data among collaborating organizations is highly desirable, however, challenges persist regarding interoperability and security in the exchange of resources among organizations. Data can be from different systems, in different formats, organized under different schemas, and protected under different access control policies. SFDS solves both the...
Zero Trust Architecture | NCCoE
[Redirect to] Conventional network security has focused on perimeter defenses, but many organizations no longer have a clearly-defined perimeter. To protect a modern digital enterprise, organizations need a comprehensive strategy for secure “anytime, anywhere” access to their corporate resources (e.g., applications, legacy systems, data, and devices) regardless of where they are located.