The Principle of Least Privilege

The Principle of Least Privilege

The Principle of Least Privilege Explore Platform What Is The Principle Of Least Privilege In Cybersecurity The Principle of Least Privilege (POLP) is a computer security concept that involves granting minimum access permissions to enterprise users to perform their job functions. POLP is an essential step toward protecting privileged accounts from unauthorized access.  The least…

Fine-Grained Access

Fine-Grained Access

Fine-Grained Access Exclusive Mapping to the user entitlements, as per defined policies and attributes Explore Platform What is Fine-Grained Access Control? Fine-Grained Access Control, a dimension of Attribute-Based Access Control (ABAC), facilitates granting access rights to a user of the organization based on defined attributes and roles. This control ensures that the system checks against…

Time-Based Access Control

Time-Based Access Control

Time-Based Access Control Enforcing rules and policies on the organizational resource on a periodical basis Explore Platform What is a Time-Based Access Control List? Access Control Lists are a set of rules defined for filtering traffic through a network, moderating the risk of attacks. These rules are basically a set of permit/deny conditions, matched sequentially…

Just-In-Time Access

Just-In-Time Access

Just-In-Time Access Minimize the risks of standing privileges by granting on-demand based access. Explore Platform What Is Just-In-Time Access? Just-in-Time Access is a cyber security practice of providing elevated application access to users for a fixed period of time to perform necessary tasks. JIT can minimize the vulnerabilities by reducing the risk of standing privileges,…

Role-Based Access Control
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Role-Based Access Control

Role-Based Access Control Explore Platform What Is Role-Based Access Control? Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) is a cybersecurity concept for creating permissions for employees based on their role within an organization. The RBAC rules can be applicable to an individual user, a group, or multiple groups. With RBAC in place, organizations can allow employees to access…