Coordinating access control systems

Tuesday, 1 November 2005, 11:12 AM EST

Most companies focus on physically protecting their facilities, including computer systems, from unauthorized access. And though most computer systems are protected with their own access controls--usually a password setup--if an intruder gains physical access to a system, the logical security surrounding the OSs and information typically won't be enough to prevent unauthorized access.

By Eric Maiwald at Security Pipeline.

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