Administrative security (also called procedural security) refers to the
|| [t]he management constraints, operational procedures, accountability procedures, and supplemental controls established to provide an acceptable level of protection for sensitive data.
"Administrative security is usually understood to consist of methods and mechanisms that are implemented and executed primarily by people, rather than by automated systems."
- ↑ Auditing and Financial Management: Glossary of EDP Terminology, at 1.
- ↑ Internet Security Glossary, at 14 (RFC 4949).
- ↑ Id.
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