What is role-based access control for modern IT?
Role-based access control, or RBAC, is an approach to restricting system access only to authorized users. RBAC allows you to assign owners and lock down access where appropriate. If you manage many unique organizations or subsidiaries internally or for your clients, modern administration tools enable you to easily move between different instances to assign various levels of roles and privileges.
While RBAC solves the administration of security in large organizations with many users and permissions, this approach introduces challenges to managing many endpoints. It creates security gaps due to changing security threats and risks.
Global Zone Management solves these challenges with modern RBAC that you can customize to suit any organizational structure. Logically segment your endpoints into zones to match how your organization operates - whether by hierarchy, geography, or business structure. Then, assign access based on their corresponding level of authority or responsibility. This solution allows organizations to get as broad or granular as needed.