Fine Grained Authorization
What is Fine Grained Authorization?
An advanced method for controlling what users are authorized to access and do with resources in the organization. Precisely authorizing users relies on the ability to define and enforce nuanced policies based on a variety of criteria and information about users and their context. Information like role, location, device, etc. can be used to make authorization decisions based on complex rules.
What are the benefits of Fine Grained Authorization?
Enhanced security and greater control over determining user access and activities. The more flexible and specific access controls can be defined and enforced, the more secure access will be in the organization. There is also more agility with a finer-grained approach to authorization, as permissions can be granted or removed in a more flexible and precise way.