Role-Based Access Control
What is Role-Based Access Control?
Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) is a method of managing access to resources within an organization. With RBAC, access is granted to users based on their role or job function, rather than their individual identity.
For example, an organization might have a role called "Manager" that is granted access to certain resources, such as financial reports or customer data. Anyone who fills the role of Manager would automatically be granted access to those resources, without needing to be individually authorized.
RBAC helps organizations manage access to resources more efficiently and with greater security. By defining roles and access permissions ahead of time, it reduces the risk of unauthorized access or data breaches.
Overall, RBAC is an effective way for organizations to manage access to resources and ensure that only the right people have access to sensitive information.
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