Access Control

Access control is the process of regulating who or what can access a computer system, network, or other resource, particularly those that manage sensitive information.

Access control systems leverage authentication and authorization controls to control what resources a user can view or use.

Authentication is a process of verifying the identity of a user.

Authorization is the process of determining what a user is allowed to do once they have been authenticated.


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