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CISSP Exam Cram™ 2 by Michael Gregg

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Appendix . The CISSP Cram Sheet

PHYSICAL SECURITY

  1. Facility controls include

    Lighting—. For lighting used to discourage crime, the NIST standard states that the area should be illuminated at 2 feet wide by 8 feet high.

    Fencing—. A height of 8 feet with three strands of barb wire will stop a determined intruder.

    Perimeter controls include gates, guards, CCTV, turnstiles, mantraps, and alarms.

  2. Locks can be either:

    Cipher locks—. Programmable

    Preset locks—. Used on doors

    Device locks—. Used to prevent the theft of equipment

  3. Facility management requires review of the facility:

    Proper construction and design should give attention to walls, doors, ceilings, windows, flooring, HVAC, and fire detection and suppression.

    The load of the building should be reviewed ...

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