Digital access controls are often found in almost every computer device, but are also often a part of physical security. Multifactor authentication is relevant digitally as well. The single sign-on (SSO) approach solves many of the password memorization issues. There are many digital access control methods available.
- [Instructor] When it comes to digital access,…again, the concept is the same as physical.…Digital multi-factor authentication is the same.…Something the user knows, has and is.…But it is still the same vulnerabilities.…Still can be tailgated or shoulder surfed.…Due to the frequency of authentication needs,…the concept of Single Sign On has become popular.…This can lead to access creep, or if a critical account…is compromised, all of the accounts can be compromised.…
So here are the…Access control models.…This is a bit of a tongue twister.…Attribute based, discretionary,…history based, identity based,…mandatory, organization based,…roll based, rule based,…oh, and there's another one called responsibility based.…Fun stuff, ha!…
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