This Week in Neo4j – Property Based Access Control, Intro to Cypher, User Path Analysis

Welcome to this week in Neo4j where we round up what’s been happening in the world of graph databases in the last 7 days. This week we have a sneak peak at property based access control in Neo4j 3.4, user… Read more →

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Custom Security Plugins & User-Defined Procedures in Neo4j Enterprise Edition [Security Series, Part 5]

When it comes to graph database security, it’s essential that you have the flexibility to customize every factor of authentication and authorization for your specific deployment. After all, no architecture or organization is the same, so you need the versatility… Read more →

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Query Management & Security Event Logging in Neo4j Enterprise [Security Series, Part 4]

No matter the size or scope of your graph database, it’s vital to maintain secure control of your data and to keep a record of security events. Starting in Neo4j 3.1 and all future releases, users will have increased control… Read more →

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Using the LDAP Protocol with Neo4j Enterprise Edition [Security Series, Part 3]

Neo4j 3.1 supports the LDAP protocol, so you can integrate Neo4j with Active Directory, OpenLDAP or other LDAP-compatible authentication services. Unlike with native users, management of federated users is performed through the external LDAP service. The only aspect of user… Read more →

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Native User Security & Access Control in Neo4j Enterprise [Security Series, Part 2]

In Neo4j 3.1 Enterprise Edition, we introduced a new role-based access control framework for user and application access to the database. The framework enables system administrators to manage permissions and ensure that authenticated users and applications can perform only authorized… Read more →

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Role-Based Access Control in Neo4j Enterprise Edition [Security Series, Part 1]

Neo4j has broken new ground in database applications with the introduction of the native graph database and the dominant labeled property graph model. As Neo4j has matured, it has inevitably found its way into demanding enterprises who value security alongside… Read more →

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Graph Databases in the Enterprise: Identity & Access Management

Identity and access management (IAM) solutions store information about parties (e.g., administrators, business units, end-users) and resources (e.g., files, shares, network devices, products, agreements), along with the rules governing access to those resources. Identity management solutions then apply these rules… Read more →

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GraphStarter: Get Your Neo4j Rails App Up and Running Quickly

For a while now, I’ve been building various Neo4j.rb educational resources using the example of an asset portal. There have been: A screencast series (the first half and a second half) A SitePoint article on building recommendations and access control… Read more →

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