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== Definition ==
An '''access control system''' is a system that manage physical access to buildings, specific areas, systems, or services.
 
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An '''access control system''' is a
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* [[system]] that manage [[physical access]] to buildings, specific areas, [[system]]s, or services.
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* "[[system]] of physical, [[electronic]] and/or human controls used to [[identify]] and/or admit [[authorized]] personnel to a facility or controlled area, e.g., [[Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility]] ([[SCIF]]) or internal compartmented area."<ref>[[Intelligence Community Standard 700-01]], at 2.</ref>
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* "[a] set of [[procedure]]s and/or [[process]]es, normally [[automated]], which allows [[access]] to a controlled area or to [[information]] to be controlled, in accordance with pre-established [[policies]] and [[rule]]s.<ref>[[NIST Special Publication 800-152]].</ref>
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An '''access control system'''
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* "grant[s] [[access]] to [[information system resource]]s to [[authorized user]]s, [[program]]s, [[process]]es, or other [[system]]s."<ref>[[NIST Special Publication 800-36]], at 16.</ref>
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Latest revision as of 04:38, 8 May 2017

Definition[]

An access control system is a

An access control system

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