NIST 800-171_3.1.8

NIST 800-171



Limit unsuccessful logon attempts.

This requirement applies regardless of whether the logon occurs via a local or network connection. Due to the potential for denial of service automatic lockouts initiated by systems are in most cases temporary and automatically release after a predetermined period established by the organization (i.e. a delay algorithm). If a delay algorithm is selected organizations may employ different algorithms for different system components based on the capabilities of the respective components. Responses to unsuccessful logon attempts may be implemented at the operating system and application levels


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