Controlling Access to Information and Systems

Access Control is fundamental to Information Security as its function is to determine which persons or systems, are entitled to access the information concerned. Access control refers to the controls placed upon both physical access e.g. the keys to a room or building and also refers to the software controls used to restrict access to computer systems and data.

Controlling Access to Information and Systems

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