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Security Surveys

PSP - Chapter 2 - Physical Security Surveys

At minimum, a Physical Security Program should have what ELEMENTS? Physical Security Survey for each facility; Continuous surveys; Continuing Education and Awareness Effort; Established Process of Emergency Procedures; Appropriate security policies and procedures that change with threat conditions.
Phases of Security Plan Development are: Risk Analysis; Security Plan Design; Implementation; Maintenance.
Difference Between Physical Security Survey and an Audit PSS makes recommendations needed to safeguard personnel & protect assets; Audits compare facilities security measures against a set of standards.
Benefits of a Physical Security Survey 1) build awareness; directs senior management attention to security. 2)establish and evaluate against a baseline. 3)Categorize critical assets and drive the risk management process. 4)develop & build internal skills and expertises. 5) promote action
Two approaches to Physical Security Surveys 1) Outside - In; start at perimeter and move in; normally used by security professionals. 2) Inside-Out; start with critical asset and work outward; usually used by law enforcement.
Two Security Principles that Survey Recommendations should follow Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) Concentric Circles of Protection and Intervention Zones
5 Purposes for Developing Protectin Strategy 1)Deter. 2)Detect. 3)Delay. 4)Facilitate Rapid Alarm Assessment. 5) Facilitate Rapid Response.
3 Basic Security Program Elements the Security Survey will Analyze 1)Architecture 2)Operations 3)Security Systems
Physical Security Survey Outline (sections) > Introduction > Background > Executive Summary > Detailed Report > Positive Program Attributes > Program Weaknesses and Items Requiring Attention > Conclusion > Rating
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