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Each major category of infrastructure also provides the prospect of applying general and at times specific security policies or access controls across the entire category of equipment. End-user access to notebook computers, for example, will likely involve a very different access control method than allowing an administrator to change a router configuration. User ID and password may be OK for access to a notebook with word processing software. The router
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configuration changes may warrant a two-factor authentication in addition to the user ID and password. Examine the broad categories of devices for beginning the policy process to help manage and apply protection to the entire group.
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Physical access controls are also applied to each category in the infrastructure. The controls could range from antitheft straps and locks for notebooks all the way up to requiring retina scan for access to client/server rooms. Your controls may require that all endpoint switches and hubs be behind locked doors, with each port on the switch as a managed access point correlated with a specific desktop. The more detailed and specialized security policy domains may require more barriers and higher controls. Always develop policy from the general (applies to all equipment in category) to the specific (applies only to a select group of exceptions where the policy may increase or relax access control). Limit the exceptions to one or very few, and have good reasons to support the need for the separate treatment. Be sure that relaxed levels for one group do not compromise the security profile for the other items in the category.
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Designers are often faced with the economic reality that they must use as much of the existing infrastructure as possible in any new implementation project. The challenges in revising and reusing the current infrastructure are not insurmountable and can still potentially lead to adequate designs for authentication and access controls. Each infrastructure category has its some of its own conditions and trials. What are these categories Here s a basic list them:
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Handheld devices Notebooks and portables Desktop and tower computers Host systems Networking components
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It isn t an exhaustive list, and your organization may be much more or less complex. Your IT access control architecture design team is responsible for how controls will be orchestrated within the categories.
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It is OK to decide that one category or another in your environment does not need to have controls applied, but do not decide that controls aren t necessary without understanding the implications and risks of that determination.
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It may be difficult to think of small, portable handheld devices as part of infrastructure, but they are. You at least need to recognize very portable processing equipment in terms of surrounding their use with policies in a security policy domain. Then you need to enforce the policies. This category includes all of the little USB memory chips (flash drives, key drives, and so on), as well as cell phones, PDAs (personal digital assistants), and any hand-sized computing devices basically any small device with the capability to process, store, or transmit data. This is a high-risk category for two reasons. First, small items can easily walk off. They are easy to pocket and easy to lose. Any data on these devices is liable to find its way to outsiders, whether by theft or by accident. And second, it is difficult to apply meaningful controls to these devices, and they don t yet come bundled with outstanding security features. These devices should hold company secrets only if the files are password-protected and encrypted. People in a hurry to get home may forget the precautionary procedures to password-protect and encrypt a spreadsheet saved to a USB memory device, so the biggest challenge is training users to take the steps needed to protect the information. That training is critical if your company values its data.
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