Which of the following refers to the collection of policies and procedures for implementing controls capable of
restricting access to computer software and data files?
Binary access control
System-level access control
Logical access control
Physical access control
Component access control
None of the choices.
Logical access control is about the use of a collection of policies, procedures, and controls to restrict access to
computer software and data files.
Such control system should provide reasonable assurance that an organization’s objectives are being properly
achieved securely and reliably.