Physical_Security_Lecture

Physical_Security_Lecture - PHYSICAL SECURITY (NSTISSI...

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PHYSICAL SECURITY (NSTISSI 4011) BY Josef Onuoha CS 996
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Outline Goals of Physical Security Perimeter and Building protection Access Controls Distributed Processing Stand-alone Systems and Peripherals Environment and Life Safety Controls Tamper Resistance
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Goals of Physical Security Prevent unauthorized access to equipment, installations, material, and documents Safeguard against espionage, sabotage, damage, and theft Safeguard personnel
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Perimeter Protection Standoff distance The maintained distance between where a vehicle bomb is allowed and the target Exclusive Standoff Zone Vehicles are not allowed within perimeter unless they have been searched and cleared Nonexclusive Standoff Zone Established when a facility or location permits a mixture of trucks and cars. Includes inner and outer perimeters
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Perimeter Protection
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Perimeter Protection Speed Control Controls the speed of vehicles used for bombs
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Perimeter Protection Vehicle barriers
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Perimeter Protection Perimeters should also protect against Standoff weapons such as riffles, shot guns, pistols Primary defense is to obstruct Line Of Sight (LOS) from vantage point outside the site Use a Predetonation Screen
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Perimeter Protection
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Perimeter Protection Surveillance aggressors remain outside of controlled areas and try to gather information from within those areas Designers must eliminate or control vantage points from which aggressors can surveil or eavesdrop on assets or operations. Trees, bushes, fences, other buildings etc
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Perimeter Protection
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Perimeter Protection Lighting Discourage or deter attempts at entry by intruders. Prevent glare that may temporarily blind the guards. Different types Continuous, standby, movable Different applications Entrances, Parking areas, Critical areas Staffing Security Guards Patrols Dogs
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Building Protection A Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) is an accredited area, room, group of rooms, buildings, or installation where Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) may be stored, used, discussed, and/or processed We now focus on construction requirements of a SCIF
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Building Protection Vault Specifications
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Building Protection Vault Specification (cont) minimum compressive strength of 3000 psi after 28 days of aging for class A 5/8-inch diameter steel rein- forcing bars laid 6 inches on centers In seismic areas, 6-inch or thicker RC will be used.
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Building Protection Walls The walls will be of either reinforced concrete in excess of four inches thick or solid masonry (stone or brick) in excess of eight inches thick Floors The floor and ceiling selected for a Secure Area will be at least a four inch thickness of concrete
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Building Protection Entrances A Secure Area will be equipped with a GSA
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