con terra security.manager keeps you in control of what GIS users can see and do.
Integrating directly within ArcGIS Enterprise ensures a common approach to security and access rights to your location data.
One web service. Many views.
To deliver the personalised experiences online that modern workplaces demand without compromising sensitive data or competitive advantage, many GIS administrators resort to publishing a dedicated service for each different group of users. This not only consumes valuable time and resources, it is also difficult to maintain. security.manager is an off-the-shelf product that delivers fine-grained access control for ArcGIS web service data. Multiple web services are replaced with one web service displayed in multiple ways.
Extend security policies into the GIS tier
security.manager acts like a server extension to ArcGIS, offering a configurable interface to provide security through Server Object Interceptors (SOI) rather than custom development. By seamlessly integrating into the ArcGIS Server Manager application, organisations can apply corporate IT security policies within the ArcGIS for Server’s authorisation capabilities, to securely share and distribute fit for purpose web service data to end users.
Focus on publishing great maps
Content can be filtered by layer, feature, attribute field or spatial area, according to each user’s access entitlements. In this way, the process of publishing maps to share with multiple user groups is separated from security concerns, allowing GIS professionals to get on with doing what they do best.
Control the data/network security risks in publishing GIS services to internal and external users by creating multiple views on a single web service.
Less Admin | More map making
Reduce the time, complexity and overhead of publishing and maintaining web services, releasing GIS professionals to focus on higher value tasks.
Align the ArcGIS Platform with your corporate IT security and leverage user accounts from the general user management system.
Easily define individual access permissions to sensitive geo-information as part of the natural publishing workflow.