2 edition of Locking systems for physical protection and control found in the catalog.
Locking systems for physical protection and control
by Division of Safeguards and Transportation, Office of Nuclear Material Safety and Safeguards, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O. [distributor] in Washington, DC
Written in English
|Statement||prepared by K.T. Gee ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Gee, K. T., U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research. Division of Safeguards and Transportation., Sandia National Laboratories.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 73 p.|
|Number of Pages||73|
Physical security is often a second thought when it comes to information security. Since physical security has technical and administrative elements, it is often overlooked because most organizations focus on "technology-oriented security countermeasures" (Harris, ) to prevent hacking attacks. Jo says that the choice of which access control system- manual or automated-to use should be determined based on an analysis of the criticality, vulnerability, and the threat to the asset requiring protection. Chris says that access control is one of the inner layers in a security-in-depth approach to physical security. Who is correct? a. Jo is.
Physical security involves the use of multiple layers of interdependent systems that can include CCTV surveillance, security guards, protective barriers, locks, access control, perimeter intrusion detection, deterrent systems, fire protection, and other systems designed to protect persons and property. Conventional Physical Security/Crime Prevention Course. Course Description: the student will be able to recommend appropriate physical security systems/programs, review and edit a physical security plan, conduct physical security surveys, conduct inspections, and conduct a risk analysis. Lock and Key Control - Electronic Security Systems.
The next generation of high security The highest level of physical protection for security applications manufacturers of locks, locking systems and architectural hardware and the world's leading developer of products in the field of electro-mechanical lock technology. Access control systems and locks are about controlling who can go where and when. These systems integrate with physical barriers to provide delay and detection against a multitude of attackers. Controlling access can be done via: Automatic Access Control Systems (AACS) that control a number of doors across a single or multiple site; and locks.
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The book presents power system protection and control details, how they are applied, set and designed for most power system elements. Topics like symmetrical components, fault calculations, relay input devices, relay design and relay setting calculations are fully addressed.5/5(2).
Ł Procedures for establishing a lock and key control program Ł Procedures for establishing an electronic access card control program Ł Key control software and equipment for implementing an effective lock and key control program Ł Special lock and key control requirements for critical assets, such as arms, ammunition,File Size: 1MB.
information. The DoD Lock Program is designated as the technical authority for locking and storage systems used for protection of classified information and areresponsible for the management, operation, and support functions for development, testing, and procurement of locking devices and systems used within the DoD and by contractors of the Size: KB.
1 For clarity of terms, this document uses the term physical protection system (PPS) to refer to the traditional physical protection measures that provide the. Purchase Physical Security Systems Handbook - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN• Physical access control systems are the equipment used to selectively restrict access to a location.
Physical control equipment usually begins the access control process at a distance outside a facility’s perimeter mainly by controlling vehicular movement and pedestrian access near points of Size: 2MB.
Locking system: A locking system is a combination of different lock cylinders that have a specific relation to each other. Depending on the type of system, the locking functions can be bundled and assigned precisely. There are various types of locking systems: central locking systems, master key systems and general master key systems.
Physical protection systems at different sites are seldom identical because of the differences in facilities, targets, and threats. The basic design for physical protection systems is quite well established but consider-able engineering and design tailoring is usually required for each site.
The four basic functions of a modern physical protec-tion system are: entry control. MCO A 05 Jun 09 5 Reports Required: I. Physical Security Survey Form (NAVMC ) (Report Control Symbol EXEMPT). Encl (1) Chap.3, par and App E.
Chapter 1. Physical-Security Challenges. Physical security is defined as that part of security concerned with physical measures designed to safeguard personnel; to prevent unauthorized access to equipment, installations, material, and documents; and to safeguard against espionage, sabotage, damage, and Size: 2MB.
Physical security is the protection of buildings and all their assets, including people. Integrated physical security recognizes that optimum protection comes from three mutually supporting elements: physical security measures, operational procedures and procedural security measures.
That is what this five-step methodology is based Size: KB. Securitech, the leader in multi-point locking, has answered the call for multi-point locking with automatic locking function on high-traffic doors.
Designed for locations accessible by staff and the public alike, AUTO-BOLT’”MAX offers maximum protection against break-ins combined with a simple unlock action. The book is a companion to the Design of Physical Protection Systems, but it is an excellent stand-alone reference for professionals that are undertaking physical protection system assessments.
The book provides guides, templates and worksheets for the reader.4/5(10). Physical Security Design Manual for Mission Critical Facilities. The default mission critical utility/system requirement is 4 days of full operation of the facility during or after an extreme event.
It is acceptable to perform a risk assessment to determine if the level of the Mission Critical utility/system requirements can be reduced. VHA is the. Physical access control platform that provides identity management through process automation, scalable control and compliance.
Built for organizations that want to strengthen security and ensure compliance with a single system of record. Automate the credentialing process with our out-of-the box identity management integrations. Operating Systems | Januarypp. Download BibTex This paper explains what protection and access control is all about in a form that is general enough to make it possible to understand all the forms that we see an existing systems, and perhaps to see more clearly than we can now the relationships among : Butler Lampson.
Security Patterns for Physical Access Control Systems Eduardo B. Fernandez, Jose Ballesteros, Ana C. Desouza-Doucet, and Maria M.
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That is another reason why, as the information security guy, you have to pay attention to the physical side too or you won’t get joined-up protection. Threat Model An important design consideration is the level of skill, equipment and moti-vation that the attacker might have.
Key and key control 1. Key and Key Control• A key is a device which is used to open alock. A typical key consist of two parts:• The blade, which slides into the keyhole tounlock the door•The bow, which is left protruding so thattorque can be applied by the user to open thedoor.•The blade is usually designed to open onespecific lock, although master keys.
Purchase Design and Evaluation of Physical Protection Systems - 2nd Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN. 5. Physical methods. As you have seen, there are many different ways that you or a business can lose valuable data.
With a little bit of planning and thought however, the risks can be reduced or even eliminated. Physical methods of protection are there to stop unauthorised people physically going to the computer and accessing the IT systems.Spring or dead bolt locking system; Patented Protection; Medeco Vending Lock.
The Medeco Vending Locks are High Security locks that are designed to enhance the security by providing both physical security as well as key control. These locks are now available in the new M3 lock cylinders and are virtually pick-proof.Physical Security Systems Assessment Guide – December PSS-3 Appendix B (Access Control System Performance Tests) contains effectiveness tests on entry control and detection equipment.
Appendix C (Communications Equipment Performance Tests) contains performance tests on radio equipment and duress alarms.