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Access Control
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Access Control

Why is access control important?

Access control helps provide employees with accurate access to the relevant business data, while ensuring they are protected from cyber threats. These safeguards can make a difference in ensuring your company is successful while protecting your data, and your clients’ privacy.
As security remains a priority with the changing landscape, organisations are implementing new policies around their corporate technology, to manage access. SSO and 2FA are common points discussed when planning data security and access control.
It’s essential for all businesses to have a secure and robust identity management system to ensure the appropriate permissions for different members of your company, based on responsibilities and positions.
Access control protects your resources, data and other essential applications, which reside on both premises and in the cloud. It also allows users the ability to switch between these locations without manual interference from admin staff, as well as stopping unauthorised devices from accessing sensitive information on your network.

What are the Benefits of Access Control?

Access control is a tool that helps in securing your network and keep it safe from cybercriminals.
 It’s an important aspect of your data maintenance and requires professionals to set up accurately. The team at ICTechnology can set up different access levels for specific people on your team, for management access only and even allow files to be available publicly.
Authors/Document owners can see who has accessed the content
Access can be set to expire
Access can limit who can download the content
Access can be limited to view only, edit or full document rights

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What is Role-Based Access Control?

Role-based access control is a system that allows different people to have unique access to the same resources. This means that a person has access based on their specific role and requirements. A typical example would be an HR manager, who can view employee and payroll information but cannot make any changes.

What is the best access control system?

There are many access control systems available in the market. These access control systems vary in ease of use, security level, and cost.

The best access control system is the one that meets your needs and budget. The best way to decide the best access control system for you is to understand your requirements and discuss them with a professional.

What are the types of access control?

1. Discretionary Access Control (DAC) allows individual users to decide who can access their data and when.

2. Mandatory Access Control (MAC) requires users to be authenticated before they are allowed to interact with the system.

3. Role Based Access Control provides access to individuals based on their roles and need for access.

4. Rule Based Access Control assigns roles to users based on criteria designed by the system administrator It’s important to know the several types to make an educated decision on what will work best for you, your data, and your team.