​The concept of a human interface device (HID) has a deep history in keypads, keyboards, and even punch cards to interface with computing technology. As the output improved from fan folder paper to monitors, touchscreens, and other forms of motion-based interactive devices, the need to secure privileged access for HID became plainly evident. Privileged access security was not only needed to protect the data and operations of the device, but also its configuration, other resources that could be leveraged from the interface, and even simple tasks, such as powering off the asset or inserting a DVD.

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