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What are elements that can be added to an environment to aid in securing it?pg897

Physical Security.pg897

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What is the most effective physical barrier, it has more than one physical barrier be crossed to gain access?pg897

Multiple-barrier system.pg897

3

Your system should have a minimum of three physical barriers, list the three barriers? pg897

1.outer,such as a fence(perimeter).
2. middle-guards, locks, mantraps, ID badges
3. inner-key fobs pg897

4

What is it called being so close to someone when they enter a building that you are able to come in right behind them without a key, a card, or any other security device?pg897

Tailgating. pg897

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What can you use to help stop tailgating? 897

Mantraps.--small rooms that limit access to one or a few individuals.pg897

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___ are physical characteristics to identify the user, such as fingerprint/palm/hand scanners, retinal scanners and possibly DNA scanners.pg898

Biometric devices.pg898

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Badges can be any form of id intended to differentiate the holder from everyone else. T or F pg898

True. it can be a simple as a name badge or photo ID or smart cards/w a password or PIN. pg898

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What are Key fobs? 898

They are security devices that you carry that display a random generated code used for authentication. The code changes very quickly( every 60 seconds), combine your pin and new code for authentication.

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Anytime more than one item (factor) is needed to authenticate it is called what?pg899

Multifactor Authentication.pg899

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What is a type of badge or card that gives you access to resources, including buildings, parking lots, and computers.pg899

Smart card has (RFID) Radio frequency identification