Step 11: Develop a Job AidNow that you have formulated your recommendation for authentication, authorization, and access control in Step 10, you are ready to begin developing a job aid that the HR managers can take to their departments after the presentation. This job aid will empower the HR managers to educate their staff on the topics of authentication, authorization, and access control in a simple and effective way to improve the security of their systems. The job aid will be distributed after the presentation.Develop a short (two-to-three page) job aid which explains the differences between authentication, authorization, and access control using common-sense examples to help the reader understand the differences and the importance of each in protecting the organizationâ€™s information. The job aid should address all of the items listed below.â€¢ Defineâ€”in laymanâ€™s termsâ€”authorization, authentication, and access control, and the relationships between them. â€¢ Identify and articulate examples that are easy to comprehend and that would resonate with your companyâ€™s leadership. â€¢ Describe the importance of authorization, authentication, and access control to the overall security of your organization. Use details of your companyâ€™s products/services and the need to protect them to emphasize the need for strong controls.