If you’ve never heard of ReBAC (relationship-based access control), that’s fine. It’s not too difficult and we’ll walk you through it. Chances are, you’re already using this model in your current applications! Allow us to tell you why ReBAC is such an interesting model for access control and how you can start implementing it.

What is ReBAC? 

Relationship-based access control is a model where access decisions are based on the relationships a subject has. When the subject (often a user, but possibly also a device or application) wants to access a resource, our system will either allow or deny this access based on the specific relationships the subject has.

Source: DZone