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NextLabs Dynamic Authorization is ranked 19th in Data Masking while Privitar Publisher is ranked 15th in Data Masking. NextLabs Dynamic Authorization is rated 0, while Privitar Publisher is rated 0. On the other hand, NextLabs Dynamic Authorization is most compared with , whereas Privitar Publisher is most compared with .
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Dynamic authorization is the core technology behind the NextLabs platform, in which authorization and access rights to an organization's network, applications, data, and other sensitive assets are granted dynamically in real-time via attribute-based access control (ABAC) policies.

Delivering data-driven insights that fuel growth while achieving compliance for the sensitive data from your customers, partners and employees is hard, but it doesn’t have to be. With Privitar’s market-leading functionality and enterprise grade software, you can finally achieve both.

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BAE Systems, Dow, e2v, Newport, CYTEC, Rockwell CollinsNHS Digital
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