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Facilities Management: Security
Transcript of Facilities Management: Security
Types of Security Physical Security
Operational Security -is the process of protecting the confidentiality, integrity and availability of data from accidental or intentional misuse by people inside or outside an organization or facility is the process of creating policies and procedures, and establishing controls, to preserve privileged information regarding organizational capabilities and vulnerabilities. involves measures undertaken to protect personnel, equipment and property against anticipated threats. Passive Measures Active Measures Effective Landscaping Effective Use of Architecture Effective Lighting So what are the Four Building Hotspots? Intrusion Detection and 24-Hour Alarm Monitoring CCTV Surviellence Monitoring Parking Lot Security 4.Occupant Education 2.Parking Lots 1.Access Control 3.Data Protection Security Never Sleeps New survey finds security the most important feature of a building
Many tenants/owners view security as an important dimension of service because it protects their personnel and business operations.
Customers must have confidence that the facilities management department is providing a safe environment. What is Building Security? describes measures that are designed to deny access to unauthorized personnel (including attackers) from physically accessing a building, facility, resource, or stored information; and guidance on how to design structures to resist potentially hostile acts Remember.... ...well at least these dont. Any Questions?????