Refer a friend and get % off! They'll get % off too.

BA 632 - Information Systems Security How are authentication and authorization alike and how are they different, what is the relationship, if any, between the two. Authentication and authorization both integral components of identity and access managem

 

BA 632 - Information Systems Security How are authentication and authorization alike and how are they different, what is the relationship, if any, between the two.

 

 

Authentication and authorization both integral components of identity and access management are separate security mechanisms that work together to help ensure network security.

Authentication is knowing the identity of the user. For example, Alice logs in with her username and password, and the server uses the password to authenticate Alice.

Authorization is deciding whether a user is allowed to perform an action. For example, Alice has permission to get a resource but not create a resource.

Difference between authentication and authorization:

Authentication is the process of verifying the identity of a user who is trying to gain access to a system, whereas authorization is a method that is used to determine the recourses that are accessible to an authenticated user. Even though authentication and authorization performs two different tasks, they are closely related. In fact, in most of the host-based and client/ server systems, these two mechanisms are implemented using the same hardware/ software systems. The authorization scheme actually depends on the authentication scheme to ensure the identities of the users who enter in to the system and get access to the resources.

You will get a DOCX (51KB) file

$ 6.00

$ 6.00

Buy Now

Discount has been applied.

Added to cart
or
Add to Cart
Adding ...