The Physical Security Training Program (PSTP) is an introductory physical security training program designed to provide baseline knowledge of physical security systems and procedures as defined by the Interagency Security Committee (ISC) guidelines. The PSTP includes conceptual security considerations, vulnerabilities assessments, and familiarization with hardware and procedures.
Who Should Attend?
Software developers, information security professionals, incident responders, computer security researchers, corporate investigators and others who need to understand how physical security operates and the processes involved in performing security analysis.
- The objective of this course is to provide the student with enough knowledge to understand the function of physical security protection. This includes an understanding of common physical security measures, threats, risk reduction and good practice for students thinking about a career in physical security.
- The course will provide the student with enough detail to understand the role of physical security in our world and in our lives. It will also demonstrate the possibilities of a rewarding and challenging career for those who decide to become physical security specialists. There are many physical security specialists at all levels throughout the business world, with responsibilities and work pressures commensurate with rewards.
- The Purpose of Physical Security Protection is to be that part of a converged set of security and resilience measures focused on the protection of people, facilities, assets and data by the use of multiple layers of interdependent systems which include barriers, guarding, alarms, access control, CCTV and security furniture.
- Need to Know: Physical Security
- Physical Security
- Physical Security Brief
- Data Destruction
- Data Retention
- Creating a Cyber Secure Home
- WORKed Episode 7: Laptop Down
- WORKed Episode 8: Eagle Eye
- WORKed Episode 9: Tailgating
- Physical Security for Executives
- Physical Security for Managers
- Physical Security and PHI
- Physical Security and PHI for Healthcare Executives
- Physical Security and PHI for Healthcare Managers
- Physical Security for Financial Institutions
- Physical Security And Student Records
- Complying with NIST 800-171
- Introduction to NIST 800-171
- CJIS Policy: Dissemination & Destruction
- CJIS Policy: Physical Security
- FAR Code of Conduct
- Introduction to DFARS
- Protecting CUI
- Introduction to C-TPAT
- Managing Hardware Assets
- Incident Response
- IoT Security
- Loose Lips Sink Ships (Physical Security)
- One Person’s Trash… (Dumpster Diving)
- A Few Extra Seconds (Lock Screens)
- Dumpster Diving (Video)
- Tailgating (Video)
- Shoulder Surfing (Video)
- Locked Down (Lock Screens)
- Data Backup And Recovery (Video)
- Protects Against Theft
- Helps Maintain Preparedness
- Know how to safeguard any vulnerable device and protect the portables
- Secure the backups in a safe place where access is not easily gained
- Strong setup may stay adamant and lowers the loss of the majority of assets, data, and equipment
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