Authentication Authorization and Access Control (part 2)

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Authentication Authorization and Access Control (part 2)

In this lesson we continue exploring the lifecycle of Authentication Authorization and Access Control by looking at access control mechanism in use today.

For example, we define Common Access Card (CAC), what it is, how it’s used and what types of environments deploys it.

We contrast the CAC with the Personal Identification Verification Card and discuss examples of that method and how it’s used.  Then we take a deeper look at how these mechanisms are used within the Rule and Role Based Access Control concept to demonstrate the entire security life cycle as deployed in real time.

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