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Access Control System

ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEM

Access Control System

Access control system provides security by giving flexible control over who is allowed to enter your premises. Access control system is one of the most common used system in electronic door control using a card or a magnetic stripe which can be accessed by swiping through a reader on the door..
Three access control paradigms organize how people gain access: role-based access control (RBAC), discretionary access control (DAC), and mandatory access control (MAC).

RBAC

Role-based access control (RBAC) is also known as non-discretionary access control and is one of the more popular forms in widespread use. RBAC assigns permission based on the position or role a user holds within the organization, and these pre-defined roles hold the appropriate permissions.

DAC

The user has direct control over all of the programs and files in the system, which is a complicated way of saying one method of access always opens all the doors.

MAC

This is the opposite of DAC. When MAC is the paradigm, a policy, hardware component, or software component is used to restrict access. This can be a password or keypad. 

ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEM

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