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Definition of Rules Based Access Control

Rules Based Access Control is a strategy for managing user access to one or more systems, where business changes trigger the application of Rules, which specify access changes.

Implementation of Rules Based Access Control systems is feasible so long as the number of triggering business events and the set of possible actions that follow those events are both small.

Also referred to as Automated Provisioning.