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    An attacker seeking entry to a restricted area, where access is unattended or controlled by electronic access control, can simply walk in behind a person who has legitimate access. If your organization has more than one door or perhaps a secondary exit to the parking lot, be sure that no one is allowed in through those doors (except the authorized personnel) – this is known as tailgating.

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