What is Group Based Access Control (GBAC)?
Group Based Access Control, or GBAC, is a form of authorization based on groups defined for a user.
GBAC allows access at scale, because assigning a new member to a group gives them the permissions of the group.
Although similar to RBAC in that they both allow access at scale, GBAC is more focused on group identity than permissions.
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