role-based access control

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role-based access control

The identification, authentication and authorization of individuals based on their job titles within an organization. Contrast with mandatory access control and discretionary access control. See least privilege.
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RBAC is widely used due to its applicability, efficiency and user management provisions.
Bertino, "A formal proximity model for RBAC systems," Computers & Security, vol.
Canada Health Infoway in Privacy and Security Architecture (PSA) recommended access control mechanisms including DAC and RBAC to provide patient consent (Khan & Sakamura 2012).
Researchers have also developed RBAC models precisely meeting the needs of context-aware pervasive computing applications [23], [24] in [25].
En la bibliografia existen una serie de extensiones realizadas al modelo RBAC entre las que se encuentra el Control de Acceso Basado en Atributos (ABAC), el Control de acceso Basado en Politicas (PBAC), el Control de Acceso Basado en Casos de Uso (UBAC), el Control de Acceso Orientado a Objeto (OBAC), el Control de Acceso Basado en la Autorizacion, entre otras soluciones (Chandersekaran, 2010; Karp, 2009).
We will first describe in section 2 useful RBAC and delegation backgrounds.
2008) developed a framework to generate higher security awareness in which RBAC is an integral function.
RBAC is a method for managing privacy data that allows permissions to be set based on limited roles when there are a large number of users and therefore allows for the user data to be centrally managed.
Por exemplo, em (Stormer, Knorr & Eloff, 2000) os autores propuseram uma aproximacao baseada em RBAC (Role Based Access Control) para autorizacao e em SoD (Separation of Duties) para a aplicacao da integridade.
In RBAC, a role denotes a job function, and permissions to perform certain operations are assigned to specific roles instead of users.
Key to this success has been the tremendous team work with retailers and RBAC, effective communication, sharing intelligence and drawing on the benefits of the extensive local council CCTV network.