9781934904619-1934904619-Physical Security Principles

Physical Security Principles

ISBN-13: 9781934904619
ISBN-10: 1934904619
Edition: First
Author: ASIS International
Publication date: 2015
Publisher: ASIS International
Format: Perfect Paperback 584 pages
Category: Law
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ISBN-13: 9781934904619
ISBN-10: 1934904619
Edition: First
Author: ASIS International
Publication date: 2015
Publisher: ASIS International
Format: Perfect Paperback 584 pages
Category: Law

Summary

Acknowledged authors ASIS International wrote Physical Security Principles comprising 584 pages back in 2015. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 1934904619 and 9781934904619. Since then Physical Security Principles textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $ 6.19 or rent at the marketplace.

Description

Physical Security Principles is meant to serve three purposes. First, the authors, reviewers and other contributors hope that security professionals worldwide will find it to be a valuable desk reference on aspects of the practice of physical security. Second, the book may be an appropriate text for college and CTE (career and technical education) courses related to physical security. Third, it is a comprehensive reference for those interested in obtaining a certification in physical security.

This work presents, discusses, and contracts principles and practices in a complementary fashion and demonstrates their interrelatedness in every organization and every setting on a global scale. The objective for the security professional is to leverage longstanding widely accepted concepts and tailor them to the particular situation at hand to best meet the identified protection objectives. All this must be done within the constraints of cost, time, space, culture, regulations, and operational needs. It is a challenge indeed, and this book is meant as a resource to help lay the groundwork for successful physical security projects in every situation.

Each of the book s four sections offers practical, real-world tools for planning and implementing physical security in contemporary society:

Part I deals with the underlying concepts of security risk management and how they translate into effective and efficient security practices

Part II gives an overview of design principles and practices

Part III addresses the specific tools and techniques within the framework of structural, electronics, and human means collaborating to satisfy protection objectives

Part IV focusses on the project management aspects of security in both principle and practice

Appendices define key security terms and address special considerations for high-rise buildings

The breadth and depth of this manual will appeal to those with a responsibility for physical security within their organization as well as veteran security professionals seeking to enhance their skills or pursuing professional credentials through certification.

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