1. You are the security director for IBID International, a large manufacturer. You have decided to conduct a security survey of the company’s administrative building. You have received the security survey report form (see Appendix C) and a blueprint of the building (see Figure 8-15). Your approved recommendation will be presented to senior management for final approval and funding. Fill out the survey form. As you do so, look over the blueprint and note directly on your blueprint what you would do and where you would make security improvements in the building and its interior. You should succinctly, clearly, and logically draw together your findings on the physical security survey. This narrative should briefly provide an overview of each problem and its recommended solution or correction.

 

3. Explain in detail how the various openings in a perimeter can be effectively protected and secured.

4. Knowing about the various security techniques that are available for the protection of assets, is it possible to develop a virtually attack-proof security system? Is this even desirable? What are the potential problems, if any?

1. What are the three sensing device categories and their specific purposes and how would you apply them based on your experience or expert recommendations?
Guidelines: Sensing device categories include those for perimeter protection, area/space protection, and object/spot protection.
2.  How is the type of alarm transmission/signaling system used in a particular application determined and h