Word of the Day – October 20, 2018

Access Control List

Acronyms

  • AAL
  • AAL
  • ACL

Preferred Term

  • None

Non-standard Terms

Definitions

Type Definition Sources
Noun A register of: • users (including groups, machines, processes) who have been given permission to use a particular system resource, and • the types of access they have been permitted. (used 0 times in citations and controls)
  • Per ISO 704:2009 methodology
Record Example These records contain lists or tables of user permissions and access rights associated with files, folders, or other objects. (used 10 times in citations and controls)
  • Per ISO 704:2009 methodology
Record Example 1. A list of permissions associated with an object. The list specifies who or what is allowed to access the object and what operations are allowed to be performed on the object. 2. A mechanism that implements access control for a system resource by enumerating the system entities that are permitted to access the resource and stating, either implicitly or explicitly, the access modes granted to each entity. (used 0 times in citations and controls)

Other Forms

Type Other Form
Plural Access Control Lists
Plural Possessive Access Control Lists'
Possessive Access Control List's

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