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    Access for organisations

    Increase security and simplify management by defining great access control rules. Controlling access to modules on a per-organisation basis is an effective way to manage access in multi-tenant applications.

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Secure exposed applications

In todays highly integrated inter-nets of organisations it is common that an organisation exposes several applications to other parties. Each application is a natural way to group functionality for the Permission-based access control (PBAC) but is also common that a single application can be split into modules.

Controlling access to modules on a per-organisation basis is a common approach to managing access in multi-tenant applications. By defining access control rules at the organisational level, administrators can ensure that users from different organisations are only able to access the modules and functionalities that are relevant to their specific needs.

Illustration showing that different organisations can have access to different modules with Authway.

This approach provides several benefits, including increased security, simplified management, and improved compliance. For example, by restricting access to sensitive modules and functionalities on a per-organisation basis, organisations can reduce the risk of data breaches and unauthorized access.

Finally, controlling access on a per-organization basis can help organizations meet regulatory requirements and industry standards. For example, many compliance frameworks require organizations to demonstrate that they have appropriate controls in place to manage access to sensitive data.

FAQ: Access to organsations

  • Can we use modules to control access for organisations without using Permission-based access control (PBAC)?

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