Senior RBAC Engineer - Expert

Request Technology - Robyn Honquest

Posted on Jun 17, 2024 by Request Technology - Robyn Honquest
CT
IT
Immediate Start
$150k - $200k Annual
Full-Time

NO SPONSORSHIP

Sr. RBAC Engineer - Expert

Salary: $150k to $200k plus 20% bonus

Remote - NO Alaska, North Dakota, Nebraska, Hawaii, Oklahoma, Vermont, Maine, West Virginia, Wyoming, New Hampshire, Puerto Rico.

We need an RBAC expert preferably with SailPoint but not a must. You will own this space. IAM roles based Access Control will need to speak on it, will be a 10 out of 10.

With role-based access control, permissions are based exclusively on roles, which simplifies administration. When a user's position changes, including if they sever relations with the organization, administrators simply change their role, and permissions are automatically updated. Using RBAC, users can be assigned multiple roles.

  1. User role assignment defines users' permission or access rights based on a role or task.
  2. User role authorization confirms that a user is approved for a role and to perform related functions.
  3. User role permission and access rights define specifically what a user can and cannot do.

Access

Modification

Sharing

  • Analyze the users, including their workflows and the resources they need.
  • Conduct audits of the roles on an ongoing basis to keep them up to date and align them with current requirements.
  • Create a basic role that includes the access every user needs.
  • Determine which roles have a common set of access requirements.
  • Ensure RBAC is integrated across all systems across the organization.
  • Establish a process for handling role changes, including setting up and decommissioning users.
  • Identify the resources that require access control.
  • Include the principles of RBAC and how it works in employee training programs.
  • Take care not to create too many roles.

Role-based access control helps organizations adhere to the data protection and privacy requirements set forth in myriad regulations by restricting access to resources.


Reference: 2777768041

https://jobs.careeraddict.com/post/92085277

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Request Technology - Robyn Honquest

Senior RBAC Engineer - Expert

Request Technology - Robyn Honquest

Posted on Jun 17, 2024 by Request Technology - Robyn Honquest

CT
IT
Immediate Start
$150k - $200k Annual
Full-Time

NO SPONSORSHIP

Sr. RBAC Engineer - Expert

Salary: $150k to $200k plus 20% bonus

Remote - NO Alaska, North Dakota, Nebraska, Hawaii, Oklahoma, Vermont, Maine, West Virginia, Wyoming, New Hampshire, Puerto Rico.

We need an RBAC expert preferably with SailPoint but not a must. You will own this space. IAM roles based Access Control will need to speak on it, will be a 10 out of 10.

With role-based access control, permissions are based exclusively on roles, which simplifies administration. When a user's position changes, including if they sever relations with the organization, administrators simply change their role, and permissions are automatically updated. Using RBAC, users can be assigned multiple roles.

  1. User role assignment defines users' permission or access rights based on a role or task.
  2. User role authorization confirms that a user is approved for a role and to perform related functions.
  3. User role permission and access rights define specifically what a user can and cannot do.

Access

Modification

Sharing

  • Analyze the users, including their workflows and the resources they need.
  • Conduct audits of the roles on an ongoing basis to keep them up to date and align them with current requirements.
  • Create a basic role that includes the access every user needs.
  • Determine which roles have a common set of access requirements.
  • Ensure RBAC is integrated across all systems across the organization.
  • Establish a process for handling role changes, including setting up and decommissioning users.
  • Identify the resources that require access control.
  • Include the principles of RBAC and how it works in employee training programs.
  • Take care not to create too many roles.

Role-based access control helps organizations adhere to the data protection and privacy requirements set forth in myriad regulations by restricting access to resources.

Reference: 2777768041

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