role-based access control

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role-based access control

An information system that limits the access that NHS staff as a UK facility have to patient care records, including what information can be accessed, how a system user can access it and the system user’s role.
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SELinux was created by the NSA as an example of how mandatory access controls can be added into Linux.
The combination of the NSA's expertise and Sun's 18 years of experience in delivering mandatory access control solutions, along with its commitment to the open standards community, provides the basis for investigating the use of the Flask functionality with the OpenSolaris operating system.
SELinux provides Mandatory Access Control security in mainstream Linux operating systems.
SELinux is emerging technology that adds flexible, strong mandatory access control security to Linux.
Pointsec for PC, the company's flagship product, empowers an enterprise to securely use its desktop or laptop PCs through scalable, centralized administration of disk encryption as well as flexible mandatory access control.
The event explores the popular SELinux technology and the power of flexible mandatory access control in Linux.
The partnership with Tresys will give Red Hat public sector customers the services they need to integrate SELinux and enhanced security functionality required to protect platforms at their core, using approaches such as Mandatory Access Control (MAC).