ACCESS CONTROL MEASURES. This facility may now or in the future use various access control measures, including but not limited to automatic gate and cameras (real or not), designed to deter unauthorized access to the facility. However, Occupant acknowledges these access control measures are solely for the benefit of Owner and Owner’s property and not for security of Occupant’s unit or belongings. These access measures may fail or be circumvented. Owner does not warranty or guarantee the effectiveness of measures undertaken to prohibit unauthorized access.
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ACCESS CONTROL MEASURES. This FACILITY may utilize various access control measures designed to deter unauthorized access to the FACILITY. However, RENTER acknowledges these access control measures may be circumvented ormay fail andthe OWNER doesnot warranty or guarantee the effectiveness of the measures undertaken to prohibit unauthorized access.
ACCESS CONTROL MEASURES. 2.2.1 Defined process for (largely centralized) assignment of user IDs and access authorizations when new employees are hired and when employees leave the company or in the event of organizational changes.
ACCESS CONTROL MEASURES. Yes No Are access rights for privileged user IDs restricted to least privileges necessary to perform job responsibilities? Yes No Are all paper and electronic media that contain cardholder data physically secure? Yes No Is strict control maintained over the internal or external distribution of any kind of media that contains cardholder data? Yes No Is the media classified so it can be identified as confidential? Yes No Is the media sent by secured courier or other delivery method that can be accurately tracked? Yes No Are processes and procedures in place to ensure management approval is obtained prior to moving any and all media containing cardholder data from a secured area (especially when media is distributed to individuals)? Yes No Is strict control maintained over the storage and accessibility of media that contains cardholder data? Yes No Is media containing cardholder data destroyed when it is no longer needed for business or legal reasons? Yes No Are hardcopy materials cross-shredded, incinerated, or pulped so that cardholder data cannot be reconstructed? Yes No Are containers that store information to be destroyed secured to prevent access to the contents? (For example, a “to-be-shredded” container has a lock preventing access to its contents.) By signing below, I acknowledge that I have read and understand the University of Alaska Administrative Policy of Payment Card Industry (PCI). I, , on this day of , 20 , agree to follow the standards outlined in C-13 of the Accounting and Administrative Manual and adhere to all security standards in order to maintain PCI compliance. Furthermore, I understand that failure to maintain the above standards may result in the suspension of credit card processing privileges. Printed Name Signature Date Department: Phone:


  • Access Control Supplier will maintain an appropriate access control policy that is designed to restrict access to Accenture Data and Supplier assets to authorized Personnel. Supplier will require that all accounts have complex passwords that contain letters, numbers, and special characters, be changed at least every 90 days, and have a minimum length of 8 characters.

  • Interim Measures 6.1 The Parties acknowledge that the British Columbia Claims Task Force made the following recommendation concerning interim measures:

  • Access Controls a. Authorized Access - DST shall have controls that are designed to maintain the logical separation such that access to systems hosting Fund Data and/or being used to provide services to Fund will uniquely identify each individual requiring access, grant access only to authorized personnel based on the principle of least privileges, and prevent unauthorized access to Fund Data.

  • General Measures (a) Evidence of family violence may be required and can be in the form an agreed document issued by the Police Service, a Court, a registered health practitioner, a Family Violence Support Service, district nurse, maternal and child health nurse or Lawyer. A signed statutory declaration can also be offered as evidence.

  • Safety Measures Employees working in any unsanitary or dangerous jobs shall be supplied with all the necessary tools, safety equipment, and protective clothing.

  • Physical Access Control Unauthorized persons are prevented from gaining physical access to premises, buildings or rooms where data processing systems that process and/or use Personal Data are located.

  • Emergency Measures Additional measures and/or other special requirements necessary during periods of critical fire-weather conditions shall be included in the fire prevention and presuppression plan.

  • Remedial Measures Upon becoming aware of an alleged security breach, Contractor’s Contract Manager must set up a conference call with the Department’s and the Customer’s Contract Manager. The conference call invitation must contain a brief description of the nature of the event. When possible, a thirty (30)- minute notice will be given to allow Department personnel to be available for the call. If the designated time is not practical for the Customer, an alternate time for the call will be scheduled. Contractor must share all available information on the call. The Contractor must answer all questions based on the information known at that time and answer additional questions as additional information becomes known. The Contractor must provide the Department and Customer with final documentation of the incident including all actions that took place. If the Contractor becomes aware of a security breach or security incident outside of normal business hours, the Contractor must notify the Department’s and the Customer’s Contract Manager and in all events, within one business day.

  • Data Access Control Persons entitled to use data processing systems gain access only to the Personal Data that they have a right to access, and Personal Data must not be read, copied, modified or removed without authorization in the course of processing, use and storage. Measures: • As part of the SAP Security Policy, Personal Data requires at least the same protection level as “confidential” information according to the SAP Information Classification standard. • Access to Personal Data is granted on a need-to-know basis. Personnel have access to the information that they require in order to fulfill their duty. SAP uses authorization concepts that document grant processes and assigned roles per account (user ID). All Customer Data is protected in accordance with the SAP Security Policy. • All production servers are operated in the Data Centers or in secure server rooms. Security measures that protect applications processing Personal Data are regularly checked. To this end, SAP conducts internal and external security checks and penetration tests on its IT systems. • SAP does not allow the installation of software that has not been approved by SAP. • An SAP security standard governs how data and data carriers are deleted or destroyed once they are no longer required.

  • Network Access Control The VISION Web Site and the Distribution Support Services Web Site (the “DST Web Sites”) are protected through multiple levels of network controls. The first defense is a border router which exists at the boundary between the DST Web Sites and the Internet Service Provider. The border router provides basic protections including anti-spoofing controls. Next is a highly available pair of stateful firewalls that allow only HTTPS traffic destined to the DST Web Sites. The third network control is a highly available pair of load balancers that terminate the HTTPS connections and then forward the traffic on to one of several available web servers. In addition, a second highly available pair of stateful firewalls enforce network controls between the web servers and any back-end application servers. No Internet traffic is allowed directly to the back-end application servers. The DST Web Sites equipment is located and administered at DST’s Winchester data center. Changes to the systems residing on this computer are submitted through the DST change control process. All services and functions within the DST Web Sites are deactivated with the exception of services and functions which support the transfer of files. All ports on the DST Web Sites are disabled, except those ports required to transfer files. All “listeners,” other than listeners required for inbound connections from the load balancers, are deactivated. Directory structures are “hidden” from the user. Services which provide directory information are also deactivated.

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