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Access Control

Project: Access Control Proposal IS3230 - Access Control Bernard Downing David Crenshaw /2014 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Title of the project Access Control Proposal Project for IDI 1.2 Project schedule summary The project will be a multi-year phased approach to have all sites (except JV and SA) on the same hardware and software platforms. 1.3 Project deliverables • Solutions to the issues that specifies location of IDI is facing • Plans to implement corporate-wide information access methods to...

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Access Control Policy

policies of securing the information systems. Outline the controls needed for each category as relates to your selected scenario. These controls may include the following: • Physical controls (such as perimeter security controls, badges, keys and combination locks, cameras, barricades, fencing, security dogs, lighting, and separating the workplace into functional areas) • Technical controls (such as smart cards, audit trails or access logs, intrusion detection, alarm systems, and biometrics) ...

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Access Control Simulation

Ground Level Upon entry the door was locked and a key card was required for this single point of entry. There were security cameras outside of the building. There was a dumpster outside that was not secured, which could allow anyone access to sensitive information. Locking the dumpster or placing it in a secured location would mitigate this risk. The receptionist did not ask me to verify my identity. The receptionist should be required to verify the identity of everyone entering building to...

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Access Control Policy

Associate Level Material Appendix F Access Control Policy Student Name: Casey DeCesare University of Phoenix IT/244 Intro to IT Security Instructor’s Name: Scott Sabo Date: 5/27/2014 1. Access Control Policy Due in Week Seven: Outline the Access Control Policy. Describe how access control methodologies work to secure information systems 1.1. Authentication Describe how and why authentication credentials are used to identify and control access to files, screens, and systems. Include...

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Material Appendix F Access Control Policy Student Name: University of Phoenix IT/244 Intro to IT Security Instructor’s Name: Date: December 9, 2012 Access Control Policy Due in Week Seven: Outline the Access Control Policy. Describe how access control methodologies work to secure information systems 1 Authentication Describe how and why authentication credentials are used to identify and control access to files, screens, and systems. Include...

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It244 Access Control

1. Access Control Policy Due in Week Seven: Outline the Access Control Policy. Describe how access control methodologies work to secure information systems 1.1. Authentication Describe how and why authentication credentials are used to identify and control access to files, screens, and systems. Include a discussion of the principles of authentication such as passwords, multifactor authentication, biometrics, and single-sign-on. Authentication credentials are used to control access to sensitive...

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CIS 210 - Access Control System

 CASE STUDY 1 Building an Access Control System As a member of the Information Security team at a small college, you have been made the project manager to install an access control system (ACS) in a dormitory. The ACS will automatically unlock the dormitory doors via an electronic proximity reader and integrate with an existing security camera system. The cameras are designed to face and rotate to record a person as they use their identification card to unlock the door. Create a 3-4 page...

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Access Control

Simply defined, the term "access control" describes any technique used to control passage into or out of any area. The standard lock that uses a brass key may be thought of as a simple form of an "access control system". Over the years, access control systems have become more and more sophisticated. Today, the term "access control system" most often refers to a computer-based, electronic card access control system. The electronic card access control system uses a special "access card", rather than a...

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Role Based Access Control

ROLE BASED ACCESS CONTROL RBAC Role-based access control (RBAC) is a method of regulating access to computer or network resources based on the roles of individual users within an enterprise. It restricts the system access to authorized users only. It was developed to overcome the complexities of managing individual user permissions and their assignments. Security administration of large systems is complex, but it can be simplified by a role-based access control approach. A family of increasingly...

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Access Control Systems: A New Way to Open Doors

 A New Way to Open Doors Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Appendix 8 Abstract Due to recent university campus violence it has become necessary for the before mention organization to develop a access control systems (ACS) to ensure student safety. As a member the security team I‘m the project manager project manager for the ACS .This essay will look at the five phases and applicable subsets in the building of the ACS for resident facilities. There are five phases that...

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