Logical Access

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What is logical access, and why is it important?

Data is the most important asset of an organization. Whether it’s employee data or customer data, this data is targeted by attackers for monetary and other criminal motives.

Logical access controls are in place to restrict access to data. It consists of identification, authentication, and authorization. Implementing control measures helps reduce the risk of unauthorized access to systems, processes, programs, and data. 

Read more about controls and their implementation with TrustCloud here.

Learn more about TrustOps to create and maintain a personalized common control framework (CCF) that automatically maps each control to many compliance standards.

How do I implement it?

At TrustCloud, a set of controls has been created to help implement this program. Review each article below to learn more about these controls.

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