access matrix

access matrix

[′ak‚ses ‚mā·triks]
(computer science)
A method of representing discretionary authorization information, with rows representing subjects or users of the system, columns corresponding to objects or resources of the system, and cells (intersections of rows and columns) composed of allowable operations that a subject may apply to an object.
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Put it in Writing: You have an established, written unified access policy with a secure access matrix that defines classes (user types), objects (machines), resources (CRM, email systems) and roles (sales, marketing, finance, etc.
Protect-UX provides access governance with two key mechanisms: policy definition and management through a GUI access matrix tool; and Fileset Macros to discover, review and correct file permission issues.
The UP & Working project is led by Access Matrix Ltd, a subsidiary of the award winning Sadeh Lok Housing Group.
The latest developments are part of an intensive collaborative schedule on a number of strategic phases of the 21CN programme, involving the concurrent installation of a test access matrix, in tandem with the first phase of migration in South Wales this year, and the beginning of customer upgrades nationally from early next year.
During the initial phase, the QT-200 will support the Evolutionary Test Access Matrix (EVOTAM) by delivering automated remote test tools for DSL and copper plant.
The strategic partnership will enable customers to access Matrix U.
It also has two subsidiary firms - research and training business Access Matrix and employment agency Up & Working Ltd.
All event competitors, workers and attendees were required to wear a badge with a bar code and an RFID tag containing identifying information such as name, country of origin and a venue access matrix.
Access Matrix, part of the Sadeh Lok Housing Group, organised the event, which focused on diversity in the workplace.
Tapestry MyView also provides a rapid and automated way to generate a comprehensive Global Resource Access Matrix (GRAM), which identifies the individuals and their respective access rights to specific file resources across the distributed enterprise based on identity management, user credentials and security permissions.
Acterna's DSL Test Solution provides an intelligent and flexible solution that is interoperable with the digital subscriber line access multiplexers (DSLAM's) currently in use by BT (Alcatel and Fujitsu) and the Test Access Matrix (TAM) from UTEL in the UK.
The project is headed by Access Matrix, part of Edgerton-based Sadeh Lok housing group.