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Fundamentals of Physical Security
• Define what physical security means for mission critical facilities • Identify the assets that require physical security protection in a data center • List ways to control access to facilities • Explain common physical security methods and devices • Evaluate the tradeoffs between physical security and its costs
Today's Data Centers must consider not only network security, but also physical security. This course defines what physical security means for mission critical facilities and identifies what assets it needs to protect. Also discussed are the different means to control facility access, common physical security methods, security devices, and budget considerations related to physical security.
Course Credits: • This course has been approved by Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) for one (1) PDH • This course is recognized for continuing education credit from IFMA for CFM/FMP Maintenance Points. Effective July 10, 2013 BICSI recognizes this training for the following BICSI ITS Continuing Education Credits (CECs): RCDD=1, RITP=1, DCDC=1, NTS=1, ITS Installer 2=1, ITS Installer 2 Copper=1, ITS Installer 2 Fiber=1, ITS Technician=1, Certified Trainer=1, BICSI ITS CECs=1
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• Define what physical security means for mission critical facilities • Identify the assets that require physical security protection in a data center • List ways to control access to facilities • Explain common physical security methods and devi...
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