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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To bridge this gap between the security will and its implementation, our approach is to provide a consistent logical data model including role-based access control policies.
Role-based access control is flexible and can be modified remotely by IT staff.
The combined offering not only enforces role-based access controls, but will monitor and record all privileged sessions, reducing the risk of internal threats.
Newer SAN solutions can offer even more sophisticated security services, such as role-based access control.
Role-based access control, or RBAC, offers an alternative that "reduces direct and indirect administrative costs and improves security," according to the NIST report.
The device offers a feature set that includes role-based access control, support for RADIUS management authentication, secure management communications with SSH and IPSec, dial backup and virtual router redundancy protocol, and IP QoS, with DiffServ and WFQ.
8 Includes Cisco UCS Integration, Cisco Nexus 1000v Switch Support, High Availability, full Role-based Access Control and Active Directory/LDAP Integration
They advocate role-based access control, and make economic and security cases for it, describe role engineering in the phases of the system development life cycle, define role engineering and why forms need it, define "good roles," examine the role engineering process and the process of designing the roles, show how to engineer a permission system and apply tools, and analyze the role formation process.
Role-based access control allows users to be authenticated against a local database for stand-alone operation, or an existing corporate database through username/password log-on combinations.
The solution brings strong authentication, role-based access control, security and visibility to VMware-based clouds, which enables transparency and accountability for cloud services.
Role-based access control (RBAC) helps simplify the security administration of large networked applications by using roles, hierarchies, and constraints to organize access privileges.
The system offers a web authorisation manager that provides centralised, role-based access control and single sign-on for all web objects on multiple Microsoft IIS/NT web servers to enable companies to deploy and manage secure extranet applications more quickly and easily.