Physical Security Principles

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The physical security systems prevail in our society since ancient time. People developed various physical security systems from time to time to guard their valuables. Some of the common physical security measures taken by the people includes storing valuables under lock and key, locking the houses, employing security personnel to guard ground, building, factories and other governmental or commercial establishments and surveillance…

Introduction

("The rise of physical security information management", 2007) The traditional physical security systems such as human surveillance and locks and boundaries are being integrated with the modern IT systems. The modern IT physical security measures such as video surveillance/ closed circuit TV, token based access control systems are becoming much more popular and even small businesses are using these systems.
The present research paper deals with some of the traditional physical security system such as building and ground security, access control system and perimeter security. The principles behind these security systems have also been discussed. Some of the possible future physical securities systems have also been covered up.
The principle of the building and ground security is to stop the intruder from entering the ground or building area where the intruder can take away or damage the valuables. By the available means, we have to stop the intruder outside the ground or building and at the same time the authorized person or employee should not be de-motivated by the procedure.
The traditional method of protecting a building and ground varies and mainly depends on the location of property, its construction and contents inside it, and the ...
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