An Attribute-Based Access Control Plan That Won’t Affect Database Performance

An Attribute-Based Access Control Plan That Won’t Affect Database Performance

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Basing data access rights on the attributes of users, data, resources, and environments helps keep your data safe from thieves by preventing nearly all brute-force access attempts. However, applying attribute-based access controls to existing database systems requires careful consideration of potential performance bottlenecks you may be creating.

Attribute-based access controls (ABAC) for databases tend to be as simple or complex as the organization using them. For a 40-person office, it isn’t particularly difficult to establish the roles, policies, rules, and relationships you’ll use to determine users’ data access rights.

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May 28, 2017 at 07:09AM

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