NIST 800-53_AC-3(4)

NIST 800-53

Access Control


Access Enforcement Discretionary Access Control

Enforce [Assignment: organization-defined discretionary access control policy] over the set of covered subjects and objects specified in the policy and where the policy specifies that a subject that has been granted access to information can do one or more of the following:(a) Pass the information to any other subjects or objects;(b) Grant its privileges to other subjects; (c) Change security attributes on subjects objects the system or the system?s components;(d) Choose the security attributes to be associated with newly created or revised objects; or(e) Change the rules governing access control.


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