Identity Automation Blog

Why Role-Based and Attribute-Based Access Controls Alone Aren't Enough

Identity and Access Management (IAM) systems provide organizations with dynamic, wide-ranging methods for controlling access to their applications, systems, and proprietary resources. Role-Based and Attribute-Based Access Controls (RBAC and ABAC) are two of the most widely known and used methods.

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RBAC vs ABAC Access Control Models - IAM Explained



At the highest level, identity management systems are typically composed of three major elements: users, systems/applications, and policies. Policies define how the users interact with the different systems and applications.

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