A single table used to cross-reference access rights that have been assigned to subjects (subject capabilities) with access rights that are assigned per objects (access control list).
A framework that dictates how subjects can access objects. Three access-control modes can be defined: discretionary, mandatory, and nondiscretionary.
Controls that ensure confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information systems and their associated data by limiting access to computer systems.
The logical route an end user or system takes to get to the information resource.
The authorization and approval granted to an information system to process in an operational ...