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'''Access control procedures''' are
 
'''Access control procedures''' are
   
{{Quote|[p]rocedures that are created and [[implement]]ed to permit effective [[access control|control of access]] to either physical or logical objects. The control mechanisms may use [[software]], [[hardware]], or people alone, or in any combination.<ref>[[Law Enforcement Tech Guide for Information Technology Security: How to Assess Risk and Establish Effective Policies]], at 189.</ref>}}
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{{Quote|[p]rocedures that are created and [[implement]]ed to permit effective [[access control|control of access]] to either physical or logical objects. The control mechanisms may use [[software]], [[hardware]], or people alone, or in any combination.<ref> </ref>}}
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