Access Control Systems

Simply defined, the term "access control" describes any technique used to control passage into or out of any area. The standard lock that uses a brass key may be thought of as a simple form of an "access control system". Over the years, access control systems have become more and more sophisticated. Today, the term "access control system" most often refers to a computer-based, electronic card access control system. The electronic card access control system uses a special "access card", rather than a brass key, to permit access into the secured area. When used within this document, the term "access control system" refers to an electronic card access control system.

Key Features

  • Deny access to systems by undefined users or anonymous accounts..
  • Limit and monitor the usage of administrator and other powerful accounts..
  • Suspend or delay access capability after a specific number of unsuccessful logon attempts.
  • Remove obsolete user accounts as soon as the user leaves the company.
  • Remove redundant resource rules from accounts and group memberships.

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