Definition Edit

Virtual access controls include

the establishment of an access authorization process and account and password management; limitations on group accounts (lists of individuals that are part of group); the delineation of tools available to the general user population (e.g., virus detection software) and those tools limited to certain authorized users (e.g., network analyzers); isolation of operating system via partitions, domains, etc. to prevent introduction of malicious codes.[1]

References Edit

  1. NSTISSAM INFOSEC 1-99, at 20.

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