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January 16, 2024

RBAC stands for Role-Based Access Control. It's a method used in computer security to regulate who has access to certain parts of a system or network. Instead of giving each user-specific permissions, RBAC assigns permissions to specific roles. For example, an "administrator" might have different permissions than a "user" or a "guest." When someone is assigned a role, they automatically receive the permissions associated with that role. This makes managing large numbers of users easier and more secure, as the administrator only needs to control access based on roles, not individual users. RBAC is widely used because it simplifies and strengthens the security of systems.

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Dhivya Srinivasan
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