Role-Based Access Control (RBAC), also known as role-based security, is a method that restricts system access to authorized users based on their role within an organization.
In other words, when Role-Based Access Control is implemented two departments of the same organization can’t see each other’s data as they have completely different levels and types of access privileges.
There are many advantages of having a Role-Based Access Control System. Here are a few:
Less administrative tasks. Through RBAC implementation, security researchers and network administrators acquire absolute control and increased visibility into the operating system, platform, and application permissions. Additionally, it reduces the need for doing