Role Based Access Control (RBAC)

LogicHub supports Role Based Access Control (RBAC) to restrict network access based on a person's role and has become one of the main methods for advanced access control. The roles in RBAC refer to the levels of access that employees have to the network.

A role definition is a collection of permissions. It's typically just called a role. A role definition lists the actions that can be performed, such as read, write, and delete. Roles can be high-level, like an owner, or specific, like a virtual machine reader.

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In LogicHub, person's are defined as Users and roles as Groups.

To manage Users and Groups, you must already be assigned to a group that has User Management permissions.

With RBAC, you do not assign permissions directly to Users. Instead, you assign permissions to Groups, and then assign Groups to Users.

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Can assign multiple Groups to specific Users.

Specifically, when you create a Group you assign it a set of permissions. A Permission is the right to perform a particular function in LogicHub.

Supported Entities

The following entities are supported for RBAC:

  • Playbook
  • Command
  • Connection
  • Integration Connection
  • Event Type
  • Stream
  • Baseline
  • Custom List
  • Dashboard
  • Case Management
  • User Management
  • User Form
  • Destination

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