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Project Part 1: Task 3 Managing User Account Access|

first world BANK SAVINGS and loan

February 13, 2013
Authored by: Dominic Girolamo, Jack Alderson, Elrick Ray, Ian Caoili, Brandon Nash first world BANK SAVINGS and loan

February 13, 2013
Authored by: Dominic Girolamo, Jack Alderson, Elrick Ray, Ian Caoili, Brandon Nash

Linux-Based Web Application Infrastructure
Project Part 1: Task 3 Managing User Account Access
Policy:
At First World Bank Savings and Loans we are having many users go in and out of our Web Servers. Since this is becoming more of a risk with all the different admins moving in and out of our systems we are now putting emplace a user policy. We have set it up into four main user settings. We have our Web Admins, Linux Admins, Production users, and finally analysts that have been setup as groups to ensure our security and that the admins are only looking at what they need to see. Web Administrators Group:

* This group will consist of all the Web Servers Administrators. * They will have full access to the web services only.
* Also this group will have access to the http folders and files to edit and configure the web servers only. Linux Administrators Group:
* This group will be all of our Linux admins.
* They will have full access to the entire Linux box
* These admins will be on the only ones that would grant access to the other groups. Production Users Group:
* This group is for our normal day to day users.
* They only have read only access to all files except user specific file Analysts User Group:
* This group was designed for our security analysts.
* They will have access to anything pertaining to SeLinux and all of its files
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