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The fourth edition of Effective Physical Security contains contributions from expert security specialists in the field providing you with a wealth of practical information on physical security and the process of securing a facility from electronic surveillance and wiretapping to fundamental perimeter security principles. The chapters in this book were carefully selected with you, the practitioner, in mind. This new edition of Effective Physical Security includes brand new chapters on ISO Standards for Risk Assessment & Risk Management; Information Security for Practitioners; Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED); Bomb Threat and Physical Security Planning; as well as new content conforming to the most recent ASIS Standards. Also, new to this edition are new, smaller chapters, broken down into specific topics, e. g. Biometrics, Access Control, Access Control Cards, Alarms, lighting, CCTV, etc. New and updated CPP & PSP study review material has also been added to bring this book in compliance as required reading for ASIS Physical Security Professional (PSP)T professional certification. *Required reading for the ASIS Physical Security Professional Certification (PSP) and recommended reading for the ASIS CRISP certification *Provides detailed coverage of Physical Security in an easily accessible reference format. *Each chapter is written by a specialist in the area *Designed for easy reference, the text is divided into three major parts: Design, Equipment, and Operations. *Includes lecture slides for each chapter and Respondus test bank
Lawrence J. Fennelly, Security Manager, CPO, CSS, CHS III, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Table of Contents
|Influence of Physical Design||p. 1|
|Introduction to Vulnerability Assessment||p. 11|
|Security Surveys and the Audit||p. 41|
|Approaches to Physical Security||p. 77|
|Protective Barriers||p. 93|
|Physical Barriers||p. 97|
|Use of Locks in Physical Crime Prevention||p. 117|
|Safes, Vaults, and Accessories||p. 169|
|Security Lighting||p. 181|
|Alarms: Intrusion Detection Systems||p. 191|
|Video Technology Overview||p. 213|
|Biometrics Characteristics||p. 255|
|Access Control and Badges||p. 257|
|Fence Standards||p. 269|
|Stages of Fire||p. 277|
|Standards, Regulations, and Guidelines: Compliance and Your Security Program, Including Global Resources||p. 283|
|Information Technology Systems Infrastructure||p. 293|
|Security Officers and Equipment Monitoring||p. 325|
|Glass and Windows||p. 329|
|Physical Security||p. 339|
|Fiber Optics and Robots||p. 355|
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