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The primary difference between them is that identification relates to the provision of an identity, while authentication relates to the checks made to ensure the validity of a claimed identity. Simply put, the identification process involves making a claim to an identity, whereas the authentication process involves proving that identity.What is authentication policy?
Authentication policy enables you to authenticate end users before they can access services and applications. Whenever a user requests a service or application (such as by visiting a web page), the firewall evaluates Authentication policy.What is identification and authorization?
Authorization is what takes place after a person has been both identified and authenticated; it’s the step determines what a person can then do on the system. An example in people terms would be someone knocking on your door at night.