Access Control Systems

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So, what is access control? This is a way of ensuring that users accessing company data are who they say they are. An access control system guarantees security by assigning flexible control over who has authorization to gain access to your premises or company information. Access control basically comprises two components: authorization and authentication.

Authentication is a method used for verifying that somebody is who they are claiming to be. Authentication isn’t enough to protect data. You need an additional layer, authorization, which is used to determine if a user should be permitted to access information or do the transaction they’re trying. There’s really no data security without authorization and authentication.

Cybersecurity firms suggest that companies that rely on the internet to operate – which is every company these days – requires some level of access control. This is especially the case if you have employees that work remotely and need to gain access to company services and data resources.

Here are the four types of access control you can use for your organization:

Discretionary Access Control (DAC)



With this type of model, the information owner decides upon access. The DAC model is a way of allocating access rights based on regulations that are specified by users.

Mandatory Access Control (MAC)



The MAC was designed using a nondiscretionary prototype, where individuals are granted access based on data clearance. Here, access rights are given based on guidelines from a central authority.

Role Based Access Control (RBAC)


This model type gives access based on the role of the user and executes key security principles like ‘separation of privilege’ and ‘least privilege’. Therefore, somebody trying to access data can only access information that is considered necessary for their role.

Attribute Based Access Control (ABAC)

This is the most recent access control model. In this model, every user and resource is provided with a series of attributes. Here, a comparative evaluation of user attributes like location, position, and time of day, are utilized to make a decision when accessing a resource. So it’s crucial for companies to decide which model is suitable for them based on the sensitivity of data and operational needs for data access. Organizations dealing with sensitive information should make access control a key component in their architecture.

So, if your information could be used by somebody without the proper permission to access it, then you should think about installing stronger access control. A company should choose the proper access control model based on the type and sensitivity of the information they are processing.

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