Outline and describe the basics of physical security. Include a discussion on the types of locking systems that could be employed and a description of outer and inner perimeter controls and the roles of protective lighting devices in your response.
Ortmeier, P. J., (2009), Introduction to Security: Operations and Management, (3rd Ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson
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Read Pages 90-110 for all this information.
Physical security is the first line of defense against potential threats. Perimeters, property, information, people are protected by using the appropriate level of protection from security elements such as lights, hardware, software, equipment, people, policies and procedures .
Locking systems come in many varieties. Depending on the level of security warranted will determine which style of system is best. There are ...
Outer perimeter controls are the outside of the building things and architect designs to make the facility secure. This would be doors, windows with hinges and latches, proper air duct security, etc. Anywhere there is access, the perimeter control is some method to help prevent unlawful entry.