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Volume 7, Issue 1 (2014) of the Journal of Physical Security, a peer-reviewed journal devoted to research, development, modeling, testing, experimentation, and analysis of physical security. Includes both technical and social science approaches.
This issue has 7 papers on the following topics: testing locks; seals and nuclear safeguards; a security thought experiment; vulnerability assessment issues; the levels of critical infrastructure risk; and community partnerships for counteracting radicalization.
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