access control

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access control

[′ak‚ses kən‚trōl]
(computer science)
A restriction on the operations that a user of a computer system may perform on files and other resources of the system.

access control

The management of admission to system and network resources. It grants authenticated users access to specific resources based on company policies and the permission level assigned to the user or user group. Access control often includes authentication, which proves the identity of the user or client machine attempting to log in. See network access control, authentication, access control list and information security.
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[USPRwire, Tue Aug 27 2019] Turnstiles Access Control Systems Market: Introduction Increasing security concerns are fuelling the global turnstiles access control systems market.
Harling Security is launching a new Access Control System, a product targeting the growing demand for access control systems from the commercial buildings, schools, colleges & universities market.
Summary: The rising trend of connected infrastructure and advancements in the technology base are the major factors driving the growth of the stadium access control systems market.
Suprema's new CoreStation is an intelligent door controller which provides the advantages of biometric-enabled security over centralized access control systems. Designed for mid- to enterprise-level access control systems, CoreStation is capable of handling 500,000 users with incredible fingerprint matching speed of up to 400,000 matches per second.
Engineers of the Topica company installed 70 Anviz T5Pro devices for the access control systems for elevators and office rooms and 4 Anviz VF30 devices for the time attendance solutions.
12 June 2015 - US-based cloud-based physical access control systems provider Brivo has been wholly acquired for USD 50m by Dean Drako, entrepreneur, president and CEO of Eagle Eye Networks, the company said.
We will see traditional cards and digital credentials on smartphones co-existing in physical access control systems and working with complementary applications within the IP network.
Access control systems (ACS) have different descriptions in the literature, but the main principle that remains the same-access control is the selective restriction of access to a place or other resource (RFC 4949 2007).
Electronic access control systems are also commonly used to monitor building doors and other types of alarm Inputs, such as power failure, high or low temperature alarms, or water level alarms.
The resulting solution will connect technology platforms across campus for data flow between access control systems, alarm management software, campus card solutions and point-of-sale systems.

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