Both RBAC and ABAC policies fill unique and important needs in granting and controlling access in many situations. However, neither method is the complete or the ideal solution in every case.
There’s a better way to manage these special-case access needs: Just In Time (JIT) Access—an approach that provides provisional access to users when they request it and only for as long as they need it.
RBAC and ABAC—what they do and when they’re needed
Special-case access needs and why more roles aren’t the answer
The benefits of Just In Time Access
How to determine which policy is right for your organization