ISOL 531 Week 14 Access Control Individual Project

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Implementing various technologies and addressing remote access concerns ensures your systems and data are protected. Some of the technologies used in remote access are RADIUS, RAS, TACACS+, and VPN.

Using this course rules of writing, please address each of these technologies with a minimum of two paragraphs on each. In writing about these remote access methods, please include the role they play as it relates to the organization network security. Each section should have at least four (4) complete sentences, as well as a different citation supporting the presented claim. The SafeAssign score should not be more than 30%.

I need In-Text Citations also. Attached is template. Each paragraph must have at-least 4 sentences

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Running head: NAME OF COURSE 1 Student’s Name School Name Your Assignment Name (e.g. Week 4 Individual Project) Your Professor Name Date SHORTENED COURSE NAME 2 Abstract An abstract is a single paragraph, without indentation, that summarizes the key points of the manuscript in 150 to 250 words. The purpose of the abstract is to provide the reader with a brief overview of the paper. This template is based on 6thed of the Publication manual of the American Psychological Association. Note: an abstract is only required if the assignment calls for it. Consult with your instructor. SHORTENED COURSE NAME 3 Type Your Title Here Begin writing your paper with a .5” indent and continue the paper with an indent for each new paragraph. Heading Level 1, Centered, Boldface Heading Level 2, Flush left, Boldface, Uppercase and Lowercase Heading level 3, indented, boldface, lowercase ends with period. Heading Level 4, indented, boldface, lowercase, italicized, ends with period. Heading level 5, italicized, lowercase, ends with a period Note: Depending on the length and complexity of your paper you will use different levels of headings. SHORTENED COURSE NAME 4 References Encyclopedia, S. E. (1993). Article. In The new encyclopedia Britannica (vol. 38, pp. 745-758). Chicago: Publisher. Lastname, F. (2003). Book title: Subtitle. Sterling, VA: Publisher Name. Newspaper article without an author. (1993, July 15). The Washington Post, p. A12. Wittkopf, B., & Shaw, M. E. (2003, fall). Article title from the journal. Journal Name, 43(2), 1822. doi: 10:109.0932.9385.09 ...
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Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service (RADIUS)
RADIUS is a network protocol responsible for the provision of security mechanisms to a
network to prevent unauthorized accessing by centralizing authentication mechanisms of dial-in
users and giving access authorities to the users in order to utilize the network’s services. It
manages remote user’s authenticating, authorizing, and accounting (AAA). Many companies use
RADIUS to facilitate roaming between their ISPs (Internet service providers), as this provides a
unified set of credentials that can be utilized on any public network, or otherwise when
independent or companies engaged in a collaboration, want to have their users to utilize service
credentials. ("What is Remote Authentication Dial-in User Service (RADIUS)? - Definition from
Techopedia", 2019)
RADIUS is kind of an open protocol, with its common distribution being as source code,
and it undertakes 3 major functionalities:
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User authentication – when the users are making network connection trials. For the
authentication purpose, it utilizes the PAP (password authentication protocol), the
CHAP (challenge handshake authentication protocol), or the EAP (extensible
authentication protocol) list of protocols.
User authorization – so as to get access to the network services requested
Accounting – for the network services used

Moreover, RADIUS all enables remote servers functionally connecting to a central server
to share any of their information. This feat...

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