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What is the difference between logical and physical security? Explain.
The term Logical Security is colloquially used to refer to electronic measures such as permissions within the operating system or access rules at the network layers such as the firewall, routers and switches. [ *while Physical security is traditionally used to describe controlled entry doors, video surveillance and other metaphysical measures. ]
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