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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If users are allowed to download or upload data, the security package should provide encryption and discretionary access controls to keep each user's data in a controlled environment and accessible only to an authorized user.
The employment of Discretionary Access Controls (DAC), Mandatory Access Controls (MAC), Multi-Level Security (MLS), and Type Enforcement (TE) offer powerful and customizable levels of protection for users and data.