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Security Issues in Daily Life: Select three different locations that you visit on a regular basis: work, school, grocery store, bank, hospital, church, airport, mall, etc. Identify the security that you observe in each. Analyze the similarities and differences. Make recommendations for any additional security needed and provide justifications.

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Security Issues in Daily Life: Select three different locations that you visit on a regular basis: work, school, grocery store, bank, hospital, church, airport, mall, etc. Identify the security that you observe in each. Analyze the similarities and differences. Make recommendations for any additional security needed and provide justifications.

There are several security measures that are observed in a bank. These include uniformed security guards and some security personnel without uniforms. In addition, there are several surveillance cameras that can be observed in a bank. In addition, I have seen posters offering rewards of $10,000 or more for information leading to arrest and conviction of suspects. At the gate is a metal detector but it is not used all the time. Several times I have seen police officers at banks. Possibly there are stationed at the bank because there is some information at the bank about a robbery attempt. The most widely seen security measures are bullet resistant counter-line security enclosures. The windows at the bank are bullet resistant. Some are vertical baffle systems whereas others are arched systems. Some windows are arched windows.

At school there are different types of security measures. There is a school emergency or crisis plan and several drills are conducted to test this program. In addition, there is training for preparedness, training for terrorists threats, and prevention of gang programs. The physical security measures are seen by everyone. The teachers are given security and emergency preparedness training for improving staff emergency management and emergency lockdown and evacuation procedures. Also is seen in school, training being provided to community persons and school officials how to prevent, intervene and prevent gangs from operating. There is a range of security measures related school bus security. Training and preparedness for terrorism related threats are also provided on regular basis. There are also post-crisis school safety support services that heighten the sense of security in schools. The schools also have several esit door in lecture halls locked. These measures cause inconvenience but these are carried out in the pretext of security.

There are several security measures observed at airports. There is the metal detector and height measuring machine at the door. In several airports there is an individual that checks the tickets/identities of persons that enter the airport. Further, the luggage is passed through a security scanner that shows suspicious objects on a TV screen. After the luggage is cleared through an initial check, a security tape is affixed on the luggage. The system of checking in luggage and issuing a boarding ...

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Directions

Choose two settings from Ch. 9 of the text and list each setting. Then, complete the following tables. List five threats appropriate to the environment from the setting you chose. Rate the risk for each threat from 0 (low) to 10 (high). Then, list five appropriate countermeasures, including at least two countermeasures specific to physical security and one countermeasure specific to personnel and security management. Once you have completed the tables, write a brief explanation of each countermeasure, stating how the countermeasure reduces the risk associated with that threat.

Setting 1:

THREAT
RISK
COUNTERMEASURE
Probability Criticality Total
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Information theft
4
7
11
Employee screening, limited computer access, and computer monitoring

Setting 2:

THREAT
RISK
COUNTERMEASURE
Probability Criticality Total

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