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I need a way to enforce RBAC based on user authentication which should support SAML SSO or internal directory like App ID Cloud Directory. As currently is, I need to develop something on top of all my API to enforce RBAC which is painful to maintain.
Since this is security issue and every user in system need to be authenticated, it impact every aspect of my production.
Estimate number of users that were effected by this limitation is over 100 users.
Every user need to authenticate themself everytime they are going to use the system thus the frequency is > 500 times a day.
The value of it is mostly intangible. Imagine security breach on petrolium plant. This system have that level of significant impact.
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