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