How PlainID Optimizes Security, Access, and Data Compliance for Power BI

Presented by

Mickey Martin, Director of Product Outreach, PlainID

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The increasing intricacies and granularity of data access call for a proactive security approach across all enterprise architecture layers. Learn how PlainID helps modernize businesses' approach to Authorization to bridge security gaps and better protect mission-critical data and the applications that rely on it. Join Mickey Martin, Director of Product Outreach, PlainID, as he discusses the challenges facing enterprises today in securing data access, specifically in large SaaS applications, and how they are leveraging Policy Based Access control. Key Takeaways: - Customer case study on how an organization is incorporating Policy Based Access Control to address their data security and user experience objectives in their Power BI environment. - Streamline Access to Data - Centralize and automate policy management to reduce manual efforts required to enforce policies across BI tools and the data ecosystem. - Minimize Security Gaps - Ensure policies are consistently applied across the enterprise with a Policy-based Access Control (PBAC) framework. - Gain Visibility and Monitoring - Track access policies from a single dashboard that provides reporting and alerting to inform administrators on policy changes. - Adapt to Evolving Requirements - Facilitate quick updates and adjustments to keep up with evolving business needs, security threats, or regulatory changes for compliance
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PlainID is the world's leading provider of enterprise Authorization, helping enterprises address the complex challenges of Identity Security. The PlainID Platform allows you to discover, manage, and authorize access control policies for enterprise applications and data. Our solution is architected to protect against identity-centric security threats powered by Policy-Based Access Control (PBAC).