Security Guide for ActiveRoles Server 6.8

Managing information system security is a priority for every organization. In fact, the level of security provided by software vendors has become a differentiating factor for IT purchase decisions. Dell strives to provide its customers with their desired level of security, whether it relates to privacy, authenticity and integrity of data, availability, or protection against malicious users and attacks.



This document describes the security features of ActiveRoles Server 6.8. It reviews access control, protection of customer data, secure network communication, and more. An appendix details how ActiveRoles Server’s security features meet the NIST’s recommended federal information security standards as detailed in the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA).


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About the Author
Allison Main
Allison Main is a senior product marketing manager for One Identity where she is focused on identity governance solutions. Allison joined the One Identity IAM team in 2008 and rings years of experience...