RBAC ensures that managers can request rights for their employees in a straightforward manner and that auditors can see the consequences at a glance. The link to IT and actual business operations makes the organisation of rights management more flexible, efficient, effective and safer.
Although it may seem obvious to opt for RBAC, there is a lot involved. What is the impact of this choice? Where do you need to start? Does RBAC fit in your organisation? Or is there another choice? How should the roles model be set up? Should it be based on job function and business structure (top-down) or current employee IT rights (bottom-up)? And once the model is in place, how is it then maintained?
Traxion has the answers to all these questions and many more.
RBAC is a straightforward concept with clear advantages, yet it is not simple to implement. Because of our extensive experience in access control, design and configuration we are able to support organisations in all aspects of RBAC. If you have questions about our RBAC approach, feel free to contact Traxion.Get in touch
André Crone - Architect I Eneco
The people at Traxion we work with are without exception good at their job. They are young enthusiastic professionals with a high level of knowledge. They can not only answer all our questions, but also provide a good substantiation of their advice. That gives a lot of confidence in our partnership with Traxion.