Access Control Systems Are Put In Place To Meet Specific Business Needs

Access control systems are put in place to meet specific business needs. For example, in a healthcare environment, medical care workers should only access patient records when there is a specific need to know, and their access is tracked so if there is ever a question, it can be demonstrated who accessed a particular patient record. For this discussion, identify a particular need that requires a specific type of access control, and discuss how that access control process may be implemented. This may include not only technical functionality, but also internal policies, standards, or access control laws.

Requirements: Your primary response must be at least 250+ words in length, address the question(s) described in the discussion instructions, and contain at least two (2) external citations and references following correct APA format.

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