xTerraLink recently selected and awarded a contract with California Department of General Services.
xTerraLink was awarded a California State Board of Equalization enterprise wide independent security architecture assessment contract. xTerraLink's unique Information Security and Privacy Assessment Framework coupled with its experience edged xTerraLink over its closest competitor.
In Sep. 2015, xTerraLink's President was part of a subject matter expert panel on information security.
In Aug. 2015, xTerraLink was awarded a contract with the California State Auditor.
In February, xTerraLink's President and CEO co-presented with Ms. Joanne McNabb, Director of Privacy Education and Policy, on security breaches and HIPAA privacy and security compliance at the Midwinter Sacramento District Dental Society.
In Feb. 2015, xTerraLink was awarded a subcontract agreement with the State Compensation Fund to help support the Fund's Information Security Program.
An access control limits the use of a resource. Only those people, programs or devices that are specifically permitted to use the resource will have access. In addition, an access control will usually limit use to specific types of access; someone can read a file but not change it, for example. An access control may be physical, for example, a lock on a door; or it may be software or hardware based, for example, in a computer system. It can also be a combination of the two. In an organization, access management is the sum of all of the practices, policies, procedures, and technical access control mechanisms that are used to appropriately control access to the assets, or a subset of the assets, of the company. Controlling access is managed through a well-integrated access workflow management process.