Join Mike Meyers for an in-depth discussion in this video Access control, part of CompTIA Network+ (N10-006) Cert Prep: 4 Making TCP/IP Work.
- I've got a laptop right here,…and it's got some resources on it…that I want people to have access to.…I might have some Word documents in a folder,…some videos, whatever it might be,…and because he's on a network,…I want people from all over the network…to be able to get to my laptop.…Easy enough, but when we start talking…about how we let people have access to stuff,…primarily within the networking world,…we run into authentication and authorization.…Authentication basically means,…what does it take for you to get into the network,…the system, the computer, the resource,…whatever it might be.…
And when we're talking about this,…we're talking about things like usernames and passwords,…we're talking about certificates,…we're talking about RSA tokens,…we're talking about smart cards, retinal scanners,…whatever it might be to allow the world…for it to know that you are who you're supposed to be.…Now, once we're in there, though,…so once we're authenticated,…now it's, well, what can Mike do in there?…And that is where authorization comes into play.…
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