Ayachi, "A formal approach based on verification and validation techniques for enhancing the integrity of concrete role based access control
policies," Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol.
 understood the importance of standardization of Role based access control
Heo, "PRBAC: An extended role based access control
for privacy preserving data mining," in Proceedings of the 4th Annual ACIS International Conference on Computer and Information Science (ICIS '05), pp.
Role Based Access Control
(RBAC) allows organisations to assign and match user access privileges to individual roles and responsibilities, in this way improving security and compliance, while simplifying IT administration and reducing costs.
Fiona Pattinson, Lab Manager for atsec U.S., notes: "atsec is proud to be the first lab to evaluate a Linux product with the SE-Linux security enhancement against the Controlled Access Protection Profile (CAPP), Role Based Access Control
(RBAC) Protection Profile and Labeled Security Protection Profile (LSPP).
* Enhanced security to minimise risk to data through multi vendor LUN management and role based access control
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.S.
The security technique of role based access control
, in contrast to multilevel security, has recently received new attention in the commercial and nonclassified-government worlds.
 Secretariat information technology industry council (iti)., "Role Based Access Control
More recently, Role Based Access Control
models have been defined which allow this first component of access control to be based on the roles played by individuals in the organisations making use of an information system.
The QBAC pattern is inspired from the patterns RBAC (Role Based Access Control
Pattern), MBAC (Metadata Based Access Control Pattern), Authorization pattern, Session pattern and Access control to Physical Structures.
On March 3, 2001, patent #6,202,066 was issued to NIST for "Implementation of Role/Group Permission Association Using Object Access Type." This is the third patent issued to NIST for work in Role Based Access Control