The access to the main features of Probely is ruled by permissions. For instance, in order to add a target, the user needs to have the permission
You can group permissions using Roles. For instance, the built-in role
Developer can view targets, change target settings, change findings, and start scans, but cannot add targets.
You can then map roles to users at an account level, team level, or at a target level. When you are adding a user, you can set the user's:
Global role, which is applied to all targets of the account, i.e., the role is set at an account level or global scope
Team role, which is applied to all targets of that team
Target role, which is applied solely to that target
As such, you can have a user that has, for instance, the role
Developer at an account level, the role
SecOps on a specific team, and the role
Admin on a specific target.
Learn more about this here.