Information Technology – Next Generation Access Control – Implementation Requirements, Protocols and API Definitions (NGAC-IRPAD)
|Publication Date:||6 September 2018|
NGAC follows an attribute-based construction in which characteristics or properties are used to describe and manage policy and to control access to resources. The family of NGAC standards specifies the architecture, functions, operations, and interfaces necessary to ensure their realization in different types of implementation environments at a range of scalability levels. This standard contains the information needed to realize the NGAC Functional Architecture and obtain the requisite level of cohesion and functionality to operate correctly and effectively at the system level.