Physical Security Clients Assessment

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Physical Security Clients Assessment Physical Security addresses actions to protect buildings, property and assets against intruders. When designing a physical security program, there are three levels that are needed to protect the outer perimeter, inner perimeter and the interior. Implementing two or three forms of security at each level will have an effective physical security system. Physical Security Companies can elect to use physical security as part of their contingency planning measures. Physical security measures will include perimeter boundaries, surveillance devices, secure entry points and identifications checks, and secure access for internal sensitive areas. The organization might decide to bring in a specialist response…show more content…
The seventh step is to learn about Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED) which is a set of design principles that are used to discourage crime. The concept is simple: Building and properties are designed to prevent damage from the force of the elements and natural disaster; they should also be designed to prevent crime. These principles can improve home offices and high-rise buildings (Deutsch). Grounds Security Ground Security guards are all carded and licensed in every field that is necessary for them to perform to a legal, company, and job standards. The security guards are never assigned to a job until they have completed all the required background checks, drug screening, and a minimum of forty hours of training. Solid ground security provides it clients with short and long term security services as required. There are only well qualified professionally trained people who will stand ready to meet all the requirements for any company’s assignments. Access control systems The access control systems come with a wide range of features and administrative capabilities, and the operational impact can be significant. The impact can pertain to administrative and user productivity and the organizations ability to perform its mission. It is reasonable to use a quality metric to verify the administrative capabilities administrative cost, policy coverage, and performance qualities of
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