droits d’accès fins...

English translation: finely granulated access rights

04:59 Oct 18, 2019
French to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Computers (general) / Cyber Security
French term or phrase: droits d’accès fins...
JPlatform apporte à ses clients des fonctions logicielles permettant de simplifier la mise en œuvre du RGPD, notamment des mécanismes de droits d’accès fins et paramétrables, des mécanismes de conservation et de suppression, une gestion du consentement explicite avec la signature d’une charte d’usage, le chiffrement des documents et des échanges entre postes clients et serveur, une protection forte des mots de passe, une anonymisation de flux d’activité exporté…

Hi all,

Unfortunately I can find very few references to the term "droits d’accès fins" (or "droits fins") - the context is RGDP/security.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

David
David Howard
United Kingdom
Local time: 11:57
English translation:finely granulated access rights
Explanation:
droits d’accès fins = droits d’accès au système / aux directoires / aux fichiers définis "en grands détails"

it means that the system allows the sys admin to control in a detailed way what users can or can not do.

one pretty good explanation:

granular in relation to permissions, authorization and security means many levels of permissions; ability to restrict specific actions while permitting others.

In low-granularity systems, users may be given permissions of read/write, read and no access. The file will be given three sets of permissions: for owner of the file, for users of group owning the file, and for all other users.

In fine-grained system you'll see permissions to create files, delete files, rename files, modify content, append to file, read file list, read file content, change file permissions, change file ownership, execute file as a program/script, copy file, override timestamps, create links, and so on, and so on. Specific sets of permissions can be assigned to specific users, terminals, access media, hours, groups, network interfaces used to access, etc.

For example, the administrator of a secure system may be allowed to create backups (copy) files between secure filesystems, but not read (view) their content. This requires a high granularity of permissions, as in most filesystems ability to read file is synonymous with ability to make copies.

https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/150390/what-does...
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Daryo
United Kingdom
Local time: 11:57
Grading comment
Perfectly happy with "finely granulated". Thanks.
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droits d’accès fins
finely granulated access rights


Explanation:
droits d’accès fins = droits d’accès au système / aux directoires / aux fichiers définis "en grands détails"

it means that the system allows the sys admin to control in a detailed way what users can or can not do.

one pretty good explanation:

granular in relation to permissions, authorization and security means many levels of permissions; ability to restrict specific actions while permitting others.

In low-granularity systems, users may be given permissions of read/write, read and no access. The file will be given three sets of permissions: for owner of the file, for users of group owning the file, and for all other users.

In fine-grained system you'll see permissions to create files, delete files, rename files, modify content, append to file, read file list, read file content, change file permissions, change file ownership, execute file as a program/script, copy file, override timestamps, create links, and so on, and so on. Specific sets of permissions can be assigned to specific users, terminals, access media, hours, groups, network interfaces used to access, etc.

For example, the administrator of a secure system may be allowed to create backups (copy) files between secure filesystems, but not read (view) their content. This requires a high granularity of permissions, as in most filesystems ability to read file is synonymous with ability to make copies.

https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/150390/what-does...

Daryo
United Kingdom
Local time: 11:57
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Native speaker of: Native in SerbianSerbian, Native in FrenchFrench
PRO pts in category: 16
Grading comment
Perfectly happy with "finely granulated". Thanks.

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  SafeTex: or "highly configurable" which is also used and which I prefer but your term seems fine too
1 hr
  -> Thanks!

disagree  GILOU: finely granulated ? c'est sérieux ?
5 days
  -> sans commentaires ... boring ...

disagree  Yvonne Gallagher: "finely granulated"? Is that about sugar???
15 days
  -> No it's not - neither it's about sugars - feel free to start screaming that sugars is wrong - and prove my point: being "native" in the general everyday version of a language doesn't make you "native" in specialised jargons ...
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