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What is Physical Security? +
Physical security refers to the measures and strategies implemented to safeguard physical assets, and resources from unauthorized access, theft, vandalism, or harm. It involves the protection of tangible elements such as equipment, data centers, and personnel. Physical security measures are designed to prevent or mitigate physical threats and ensure the safety and security of an organization's premises. Key components of physical security include access control systems, surveillance systems (CCTV), intrusion detection systems, and other controls. A comprehensive physical security plan considers the specific risks and needs of an organization, aiming to create a secure and resilient environment.
What are the seven domains of CPP (Certified Protection Professional)? +
The seven domains covered in CPP are Physical Security, Security Principles and Practices, Business Principles and Practices, Investigations, Personnel Security, Information Security, Crisis Management.