Chapter 8. Access Control for Information Systems

IN THIS CHAPTER, WE FOCUS ON THE SERVERS and networks that store sensitive information, and how to use the built-in access controls provided by various operating systems to control access to files and data. In the case studies at the end of the chapter, you'll read about how access controls are built into server and network infrastructures.

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