The last primary physical security layer consists of security personnel who can perform a variety of functions to include alternate deterrence, detection, and access control. While the ordinary security guard might be what you think of, security should be everyone's job. Having a human in the loop when physical security measures fail will definitely add deterrence.
- [Narrator] So looking at security personnel,…digital security personnel, is a little bit different.…DoD 8570 has some excellent baseline categories.…Basically there are technical folks, management folks,…architecture folks, and defense folks.…NIST is the National Institute of Standards in Technology.…They have a mission to promote the United States…Innovation and Industrial Standards in Technology.…They have some categories as well.…
Personnel can be any combination of these folks.…The technical, the management, the architecture, or defense.…So, what skills does it take to fill these rolls?…Wow, the United States computer emergency readiness team,…or US-CERT, says there are 31 specialties.…There are probably a variety of subcategories,…to each of these too.…What does that mean for your digital security personnel,…hiring requirements?…Which specialties do you need to secure your environment?…Complexity requires a team approach,…much larger personnel footprint.…
It is not a one-man job.…Team dynamics can be a capability multiplier.…
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