Join Lisa Bock for an in-depth discussion in this video Ensuring physical protection of buildings and hardware, part of Foundations of IT Security: Network Security.
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- Physical security is one of the most overlooked…forms of security there is today.…Any object can be stolen, damaged, destroyed,…or observed by an unauthorized individual.…Four security principles will help achieve…better physical security.…Detecting and locating intruders as early as possible.…Monitoring and assessment, or determination…of the cause of the intrusion.…How did they get in?…We also want to delay intruders as long as possible.…
We don't want them to achieve their goal,…and we want to respond quickly to prevent intruders…from achieving their ultimate objective.…In planning for physical sercurity,…we want to design with security in mind.…If we take a look here at the designing of a courthouse,…this is a federal building.…Now, with designing for security in mind,…we don't want it to look like a prison or a fortress.…We have to keep in mind the aesthetic look of it,…while providing security.…
It also has to be comfortable, and provide easy access…in egress of the individuals that inhabit that building.…
Note: This training maps to a number of the exam topics on the Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Security Fundamentals exam (98-367). See https://www.microsoft.com/learning/en-us/exam-98-367.aspx for more information.
- Implementing secure content management (SCM)
- Implementing unified threat management (UTM)
- Introducing VLANs
- NAT addressing
- Network sniffing
- Understanding common attack methods, such as password attacks
- Protecting clients with antivirus software
- Implementing physical security