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Date Published: September 2017
Comments Due: October 20, 2017 (public comment period is CLOSED)
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Planning Note (07/22/2022):
NIST has ceased further development of this draft publication.
The National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) has developed an example of an advanced access control system (ABAC). This ABAC reference design can manage access to networked resources more securely and efficiently, and with greater granularity than traditional access management. It enables the appropriate permissions and limitations for the same information system for each user based on individual attributes, and allows for permissions to multiple systems to be managed by a single platform, without a heavy administrative burden.
This approach uses commercially available products that can be included alongside current products in an existing infrastructure. The full draft practice guide is also available for download in PDF or web viewing.
The NCCoE team looks forward to receiving your comments on the second draft guide—the approach, the architecture, and possible alternatives. The comment period is open through October 20, 2017. Comments will be made public after review and can be submitted anonymously.
Access Control; Identification and Authentication
Second Draft SP 1800-3
09/29/15: SP 1800-3 (Draft)