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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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The University of Lincoln lacks a holistic identity management (IdM) solution and the capability to provide role based access control (RBAC) to its data and systems.
The new features - Role Based Access Control, Airlock, and Dynamic Resource Instrumentation - provide increased flexibility, security, and control for cloud-based enterprise applications.
The company said the new features - Role Based Access Control, Airlock and Dynamic Resource Instrumentation - increase flexibility, security and control for cloud-based enterprise applications.
National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP) Common Criteria Evaluation and Validation Scheme (CCEVS) has certified Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 as conformant to EAL4+ and the following Protection Profiles: Controlled Access Protection Profile (CAPP), Role Based Access Control (RBAC) Protection Profile and Labeled Security Protection Profile (LSPP).
EEMA delivered the results of its Role Based Access Control (RBAC) project today in the form of an RBAC User Guide designed to act as a guide for administrators and decision-makers interested in investing in RBAC who are looking for guidance in understanding the technical concepts and business-related justification based upon real world experience.
A new independent economic impact study conducted by the Research Triangle Institute (RTI) conservatively estimates that NIST's Role Based Access Control (RBAC) research has saved U.
In response to this interest, SIGSAC started the Role Based Access Control workshop last year.
Additions include role based access control, policy driven alerting, scheduled control actions & alert responses, and Smart Trend automated problem detection.
This is the third patent issued to NIST for work in Role Based Access Control (RBAC).
QIM bug tracking system provides role based access control, attachment handling, schedule management and automatic e-mail notification.
This approach to securing data combined with role based access control provides tremendous leverage in efficiently managing and handling secure documents across large numbers of users.
0 incorporates new profiles for Role Based Access Control (RBAC), Privacy, and Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP).