DOMAIN 1 Access Controls

ACCESS CONTROL IS CONCERNED with determining the allowed activities of legitimate users, mediating every attempt by a user to access a resource in the system. Access controls permit the security practitioner to specify what users can do, which resources they can access, and what operations they can perform on a system. Access controls provide the security practitioner with the ability to limit and monitor who has access to a system and to restrain or influence behavior on that system. In some systems, complete access is granted after successful authentication of the user, but most systems require more sophisticated and complex control. In addition to the authentication mechanism such as a password, access control ...

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