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Microsoft® Windows® Security: Essentials by Darril Gibson

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Comparing Site Security and Computer Security

Physical security includes all the elements used to protect facilities and Information Technology (IT) resources within a facility. You can think of physical security in two contexts:

The objectives for Exam 98-367, Security Fundamentals, specifically separate site security and computer security in the context of physical security.

Site Security This includes all the elements used to control movement within an organization. Site security starts at the organization’s property line. It can include fences, guards, lighting, cameras, locked doors, motion detectors, and more.

Computer Security This includes all the elements used to protect IT resources such as servers, desktop computers, and network ...

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