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User access levels are generally incorporated into a system to limit the level of changes that a user can make which may affect other users on the system. The more people that have access to sensitive information on a network the more likely it is for a hacker or a virus to cause damage
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User access levels are limits on which actions users of a system are able to perform (e.g. make changes to the system, download software, access information of other users etc.). This limits the chances of hackers or malware making it into the network.
User access levels help to limit who can view, modify or delete a resource on a server.
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User access levels are method of controlling permission in a computer network. For example, a network may have different users such as administrators, support staff, teachers, students. Every group will need different levels of access. This could be access that related to write permission for a certain shared folder or access level to certain section of the operating system.
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User Access Levels prevent security breaches through social engineering by limiting access to sensitive company data. Level 1 Employees will only have access to files that they need for work whereas as CEO can see files for whole company
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