What is the Subject-Object-Verb Model of Access?
It makes sense to think of access in a subject-object-verb model.
The subject is the user in the system. The identity of this user has to be authenticated.
The object is what’s being accessed, or the resource.
The verb is what a user is able to do once they get access, or permissions.
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