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What is a logical access control?


Logical access controls are tools and protocols used for identification, authentication, authorization, and accountability in computer information systems.



They relate to the access of computer information systems and networks rather than physical access controls like a lock and key, and include how a user is identified, authenticated and authorized. This can include password programs, biometric access and user/role permissions to limit access to information/data.

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