Many physical security controls are concentrated around the perimeter of a facility, attempting to deter, prevent, and detect intrusions before an intruder gains access to interior secured areas. In this video, learn how to build a secure physical perimeter through the use of locks, mantraps, video surveillance, fences, lighting, signs, barricades, and protected distribution cabling.
- [Narrator] Many physical security controls…are concentrated around the perimeter of a facility,…attempting to deter, prevent,…and detect intrusions before an intruder…gains access to interior secured areas.…Locks are familiar type of physical security control.…They restrict access through a door…or other locked portal…to those who possess the key required to unlock them.…This key may be a traditional physical key…or it may use some other authentication factor.…
The locks that you are most familiar with…are called preset locks.…They use a hardware key…to lock and unlock them…and will only work…if the correct key…that the lock has been preset…to work with is inserted.…Incorrect keys will not open the lock.…Cipher locks are often used…on areas where many people require access.…They have physical or electronic keypad…and individuals who wish to unlock the cipher…lock must enter combination to open the lock.…
Biometric locks use a physical characteristic…of the user, such as a fingerprint,…retinal pattern, or voice print to unlock the door.…
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- The security triad: confidentiality, integrity, and availability
- Security principles
- Resource security
- Data security
- Security controls
- Assessing security controls
- Security policy
- Physical security
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 05/18/2018. What changed?
A: New videos were added that cover software licensing. In addition, the following topics were updated: integrity, leveraging industry standards, data encryption, security control selection and implementation, audits and assessments, security policy framework, security policy training and procedures, and ethics.
Insights from a Cybersecurity Professionalwith Mike Chapple32m 15s Intermediate
1. The Security Triad
2. Security Principles
3. Resource Security
4. Data Security
5. Data Security Controls
6. Security Controls
Control frameworks3m 55s
7. Assessing Security Controls
8. Security Policy
9. Awareness and Training
10. Physical Security
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