Essential Access Q & A

Cordasco, Jerry
December 2004
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Dec2004, Vol. 41 Issue 12, p18
Trade Publication
The article informs that preparation is key; if a buyer or specifier goes in unknowledgeable, there can be a quantum difference between expectations of the system and what it actually delivers. Selecting a vendor, getting the system installed, getting it to operate effectively on a day-today basis, a lot of problems are inherent here, but problems will be reduced with prior planning. Privileges are typically set using access levels or some other similar function. This connects users to doors to days of the week to times of day. It is essentially how you determine who can get in where during what time. INSET: Checklist for an Access System.


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