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Title: User Level Security Management in a Library Network
Authors: Sarmah, Mukut
Keywords: Network Security
Access Control
User Identification
Issue Date: Feb-2003
Publisher: INFLIBNET Centre
Abstract: The primary goal of a library is to provide access to information resources to the users. However, as libraries move from paper to electronic medium, providing access to resources over a network safety has become very complicated. Security of assets or resources in a library network should be achieved without any compromise. But, if users are not protected from easy and unauthorized access to the library network the stored information may be at risk. So, the network must be protected by creating some security policies. Libraries will be able to protect their resources by making sure that users will use only those resources for which they have been granted access. The paper describes how to assist the library network professionals in the process of users’ security management.
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