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- A user is required to have a login name, first name, last name, and password.
- A user password will expire in 90 days.
- A user account will be locked after five failed attempts in five minutes.
- A locked account will automatically be unlocked 20 minutes after last failed login attempt.
- A user can change their password but it cannot be the same as any of the last 10 passwords used.
- All data changes have to be tracked and attributable to the person making the changes.
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