CMMC 1.0 Practice IA.3.086 Requirement:

Disable identifiers after a defined period of inactivity.

CMMC 1.0 IA.3.086 Requirement Explanation:

Accounts that have not been logged into for a certain period of time (90 days) may no longer be needed. Leaving them open increases your attack surface, as a result, all accounts that have been inactive for a defined period should be disabled.

Example CMMC 1.0 IA.3.086 Implementation:

Create a policy requiring you to disable accounts after a period of inactivity (e.g., 90 days) . You can manually do this however in a large organizations with hundreds or thousands of accounts use of an automated tool may be justified. If you use active directory to manage your user accounts you can create a script to automatically disable inactive accounts.

CMMC 1.0 IA.3.086 Scenario(s):

- Scenario 1:

Your company policy requires that accounts that are inactive for 90 days must be disabled. To enforce this policy you write a script automatically disabling inactive user accounts.

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