MAC (Mandatory Access Control) is the use of labels to determine the level of access required to use a resource and the potential permission level granted to each user.The example below shows a group of users whose the organizational policies assign a classification label of "Secret". A user has a classification label of "Top Secret". The MAC compares the two labels. Access to the file or data is granted only if the user's classification is the same or higher.

Deal characteristic

The deal is based upon server or resource hardening, it then can be deployed on servers with same applications and O.S. Typical efforts estimation is between three and six months, according the number of applications, data classification and tuning.

Clients with annual revenue is higher than $10 million. Typical deal cost is between $50,000 and $300,000;

Client benefits

When properly implemented, it enables a system to adequately defend itself and offers critical support for application security by protecting against the tampering with, and bypassing of, secured applications.