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Design philosophy for physical protection systems

Design philosophy for physical protection systems

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  • One must be approved to sit the exam, a work history/experience coupled with a minimum five years in the field is required in order to sit the exam. Once approved, a candidate has two years to schedule and pass the exam. The exam is a weighted test taken at a Prometric testing center where the results are provided after submitting your final questions or the time limit expires. The test is 2 ½ hours for the certification which provides testing in three domains Physical Security Assessments Application, Design and Integration of Physical Security Systems Implementation of Physical Security Measures This designation requires continuing professional education hours every three years to re-qualify. There are approximately 964 PSP’s worldwide. PSP – Physical Security Professional ASIS International Board Certified Physical Security Professional 1 of 8 in the State of Indiana (Kimball Limited, NiSource, Old National, Marathon and ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor.
  • Foreseeability – Litigation, lighting and security: Adequate or Not? Foreseeability is a statistical concept in the broad sense. It takes experience, quantitative and qualitative methods to arrive at an evaluation, and not solely based on numerical data or calculations. With respect to “crime foreseeability” there are three factors or components of a foreseeability evaluation: (1) Nature of the premises (2) crime demographics (3) location. Of these factors, various conditions can influence foreseeability. Conditions can be placed into the following two categories: (1) Physical Conditions and (2) Procedures Physical conditions can include : Lighting, noise, hardware (fence, locks, alarms, CCTV), foliage, signage, visibility, pedestrian and vehicle traffic flow. Procedural conditions can include : cash handling policies, a schedule for locking certain doors, turning on lights, key control system, security guard patrol methods, reporting procedures and repairing of any problems. Since litigation has been won or lost based on lighting I wanted to focus on this issue… to help protect facility and brand.
  • Foreseeability – Litigation, lighting and security: Adequate or Not? Foreseeability is a statistical concept in the broad sense. It takes experience, quantitative and qualitative methods to arrive at an evaluation, and not solely based on numerical data or calculations. With respect to “crime foreseeability” there are three factors or components of a foreseeability evaluation: (1) Nature of the premises (2) crime demographics (3) location. Of these factors, various conditions can influence foreseeability. Conditions can be placed into the following two categories: (1) Physical Conditions and (2) Procedures Physical conditions can include : Lighting, noise, hardware (fence, locks, alarms, CCTV), foliage, signage, visibility, pedestrian and vehicle traffic flow. Procedural conditions can include : cash handling policies, a schedule for locking certain doors, turning on lights, key control system, security guard patrol methods, reporting procedures and repairing of any problems. Since litigation has been won or lost based on lighting I wanted to focus on this issue… to help protect facility and brand.
  • Foreseeability – Litigation, lighting and security: Adequate or Not? Foreseeability is a statistical concept in the broad sense. It takes experience, quantitative and qualitative methods to arrive at an evaluation, and not solely based on numerical data or calculations. With respect to “crime foreseeability” there are three factors or components of a foreseeability evaluation: (1) Nature of the premises (2) crime demographics (3) location. Of these factors, various conditions can influence foreseeability. Conditions can be placed into the following two categories: (1) Physical Conditions and (2) Procedures Physical conditions can include : Lighting, noise, hardware (fence, locks, alarms, CCTV), foliage, signage, visibility, pedestrian and vehicle traffic flow. Procedural conditions can include : cash handling policies, a schedule for locking certain doors, turning on lights, key control system, security guard patrol methods, reporting procedures and repairing of any problems. Since litigation has been won or lost based on lighting I wanted to focus on this issue… to help protect facility and brand.
  • Foreseeability – Litigation, lighting and security: Adequate or Not? Foreseeability is a statistical concept in the broad sense. It takes experience, quantitative and qualitative methods to arrive at an evaluation, and not solely based on numerical data or calculations. With respect to “crime foreseeability” there are three factors or components of a foreseeability evaluation: (1) Nature of the premises (2) crime demographics (3) location. Of these factors, various conditions can influence foreseeability. Conditions can be placed into the following two categories: (1) Physical Conditions and (2) Procedures Physical conditions can include : Lighting, noise, hardware (fence, locks, alarms, CCTV), foliage, signage, visibility, pedestrian and vehicle traffic flow. Procedural conditions can include : cash handling policies, a schedule for locking certain doors, turning on lights, key control system, security guard patrol methods, reporting procedures and repairing of any problems. Since litigation has been won or lost based on lighting I wanted to focus on this issue… to help protect facility and brand.
  • Need to perform seasonal site assessments because their facility needs change throughout a year.
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    • 1. What is a Board Certified PSP?The Physical Security Professional designation is a specialtycertification awarded to security practitioners who have demonstratedin-depth knowledge and experience in threat assessment and riskanalysis; integrated physical security systems; and the appropriateidentification, implementation, and ongoing evaluation of securitymeasures.The PSP credential allows practitioners to demonstrate expertise inconducting physical security surveys to identify vulnerabilities andperforming cost analysis for the selection of integrated physical securitymeasures. The PSP officially recognizes specialized knowledge insystems design, procurement, final acceptance testing, andimplementation procedures.
    • 2. Do You Ever Feel Like Security Is Like Finding The Proverbial…
    • 3. Perception Prison – Or – CastlePerspective: Prison Vs. CastlePictures courtesy of Flickr.com
    • 4. The 360˚ View – What Is 2B Protected?  Regulatory Can it be attacked: Requirements  From the front  Corporate  From the rear  Local  State  From the flanks  Federal  From above  Adjacent Risks  From underneath  Petrochemical  Via Brand  Penal  Brand defamation  Hazardous storage  Environmentally  Rail yards  Flood(s), Tornado(s), etc.,  Container yards  Severe Weather  Interstate or major roadways, railways, etc.,  Through utilities  Via infrastructure  Power, water, gas, etc.,  IT/IS  Transportation  Hactivists  Social media  Virus
    • 5. Design to the Environment Nature of Premise  Understand the hours of operation  Who their Customer’s are  What is of value  What is necessary to operate the business Crime Demographics  Crime statistics, Crime Index, Sexual Predators  Area vs. State vs. National Averages  Census and Demographic Information, Culture  Socio-economics, Behavior, Spouse and Non-Custodial Parent Issues Location  Environmental impact – Severe weather  Road infrastructure  Rural, suburban, city or inner-city
    • 6. ForeseeabilityPictures courtesy of Flickr.com
    • 7. Fundamentals of Security… t De t ec lay De RespondInformation from – Implementing Physical Protection Systems:A Practical Guide by David G. Patterson, CPP, PSP
    • 8. Concentric zones of protection…  Delimiting Zone – Delimiting Zone From bus pickup in community to the edge of the property line Controlled Area  Controlled Area – Limited Edge of property to the exterior of facility  Limited – Exterior of Exclusive facility leading into corridors and elevators  Exclusive – Classroom, Administrative Areas, Business Office, Record Retention Area, Network room, Cash Handling Locations, High Value Assets, etc.,…
    • 9. Earth – Weather - Illness
    • 10. Design Is A Process…Information from – The Design and Evaluation of Physical Protection Systems 2 nd Edition:Mary Lynn Garcia
    • 11. Landscaping and Entry PointsPhotos from Google Search
    • 12. Access Control and/or Intrusion DetectionPhoto courtesy of http://www.123rf.com/stock-photo/door_opening.html
    • 13. CredentialTechnology
    • 14. Closed Circuit Television
    • 15. Pixels Per Foot (vertical) 80/ft Identification 60/ft Recognition 30/ft Detection9’ Mounting Height45’ Center FOV45.89’ Relevant DistanceA = Mounting HeightB = Center FOVC = Relevant Distance
    • 16. Field of View
    • 17. PTZ Camera Tours
    • 18. Ligh ting
    • 19. Tailoring A System To Fit Your Goals, Environment and Budget Intrusion Detectio rm n Ala g r e m Mass Pagin o Fi ste s es ol di Sy c NotificatAu o Ac ontr io n de TV Vi C CC