Fine-Grained Access Control of your GIS services.
security.manager – ArcGIS Edition allows the assignment of individual access permissions to different user groups, thereby ensuring that everyone gets access only to what they are entitled to see.
By recognizing individual users, security.manager allows administrators to define precisely which contents of a published GIS service can be seen or used by each user. Access may be controlled at the layer level, to specific geographical areas, or even down to specific features, based on allowed attributes. Users never know they are accessing a secured service with hidden data, as they never see anything they are not entitled to see.
Decide who shall see what
security.manager controls access to services, right down to spatial and feature level. You stay in control of the level of information provided to individual users, meaning you can provide different groups with varying levels of access to a single service, greatly reducing the efforts and costs required to achieve your goals.
In doing this, security.manager provides a consistent user experience together with a holistic security approach. This means, users will not get any information about the existence of content they are not entitled to, and permissions need to be explicitly expressed in the system. Everything that is not explicitly allowed is automatically forbidden, to ensure that access cannot be granted by accident.