Portal that you can only access if you contract life and accident insurance...Is it valid?
I have reported several times a portal located in a military training zone with restricted access. I understand that the portals located in military bases are allowed, although only a few people have access to it.
However, I did an investigation about it and spoke with the people who work in the military training center and they told me that you can access the portal area but only with a written authorization and contracting accident insurance. At the time of the visit you must present a document certifying that you have contracted the insurance they request.
My question is this...
A portal that is in an area that you can enter only if you hire accident insurance can be considered a secure portal? Or does this violate the rule of requiring an environment and secure access to the portal?
I refer to the portal criteria standard that says the following:
PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT
Please refrain from submitting these candidates, as reviewing these submissions slows down the process for everyone.
Candidates in locations with NO SAFE PEDESTRIAN ACCESS.
As I understand it, if access to the portal requires the contract of insurance, it is assumed that it is not safe access. If it were safe, it would not be necessary to contract life or accident insurance.
Can anyone help me clarify this doubt?