Definition Edit

Access control procedures are

[p]rocedures that are created and implemented to permit effective control of access to either physical or logical objects. The control mechanisms may use software, hardware, or people alone, or in any combination.[1]

References Edit

  1. Law Enforcement Tech Guide for Information Technology Security: How to Assess Risk and Establish Effective Policies, at 189.
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