introduction to security
Download
Skip this Video
Download Presentation
Introduction to Security

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 23

Introduction to Security - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 147 Views
  • Uploaded on

Introduction to Security. Chapter 15 Institutional Security. Libraries. Special Collections – many of these contain rare or one of a kind items that must be protected. Some have special environmental requirements. Other concerns: Theft or damage to books, CDs, videos Disorderly behavior

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about 'Introduction to Security' - kendis


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
introduction to security

Introduction to Security

Chapter 15

Institutional Security

libraries
Libraries
  • Special Collections – many of these contain rare or one of a kind items that must be protected. Some have special environmental requirements.
  • Other concerns:
    • Theft or damage to books, CDs, videos
    • Disorderly behavior
    • Fire
library security measures
Library Security Measures
  • Electronic marking of books
  • Have security personnel supervise the library
  • Provide photocopy equipment to discourage theft, although library personnel should do the photocopying as books can be damaged.
museums art galleries
Museums & Art Galleries
  • Concerns are access control, theft, fraud, vandalism and arson
  • There are inherent conflicts that we may become involved:
    • Museum archivists - who want to preserve items
    • Curators - want public access to items
museums art galleries security procedures
Museums & Art Galleries Security Procedures:
  • Establish a basic security system
  • Maintain detailed inventories
  • Have each object professionally authenticated
  • Register each item
religious facilities security concerns
Religious Facilities Security Concerns:
  • Their desire for easy accessibility (often open 24/7)
  • Their attractiveness to indigents, mental patients
  • High profile targets for enemies
religious facilities security steps
Religious Facilities Security Steps:
  • Perimeter protection (fencing)
  • Adequate lighting
  • Safeguarding of valuables
  • Contingency plans for handling disruptive individuals
financial institutions threats
Financial Institutions Threats
  • Robbery
  • Burglary
  • Embezzlers
  • Fraudulent credit card and check use – possibly responsible for the largest monetary loss
financial institutions it security
Financial Institutions - IT Security
  • Financial Institutions must address these 3 areas in order to successfully pass a detailed IT exam
    • Technology Management
    • Personnel Roles
    • Multilayered Protection
financial institutions most frequent losses
Financial Institutions – Most Frequent Losses:
  • Theft of cash
  • Theft of stocks and bonds
  • Check and credit card fraud
  • Embezzlement of funds
financial institutions security measures
Financial Institutions – Security Measures
  • Designate a security officer
  • Cooperate with and seek security advice from the FBI
  • Maintain bait money
  • Periodically remove excess cash from teller windows
  • Develop security-conscious opening and closing procedures
hospitals and healthcare facilities
Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities
  • These have very unique security concerns:
    • Open 24/7
    • They are often large and not designed for security concerns
    • Patient protection
    • Pharmaceutical control
    • People are often under stress
    • Internal & external theft
    • Fire
    • Retail loss prevention (gift shop/cafeteria)
hospitals and healthcare facilities1
Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities
  • HIPPA – Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
    • Requires medical providers to implement security measures for all stored health information
hospitals and healthcare facilities security measures
Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities Security Measures
  • Recognize the risks in your facility
  • Inventory control
  • Access control
  • Fire prevention training
  • Evacuation procedures
  • Surveillance of the premises
hospitals and healthcare facilities security measures1
Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities Security Measures
  • Special measures need to be taken in the most critical areas:
    • Emergency Room
      • Violence does not stop at the doors
      • Weapon confiscation
    • Maternity Ward
      • Child theft prevention – use the bracelet system
    • Psychiatric Ward
      • Protection of patients and staff
    • Pharmacy
hospitals and healthcare facilities security measures2
Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities Security Measures

Nursing Home Security

  • Patients are vulnerable to theft and assault
  • Critical Wandering – when a patient with dementia strays from caregivers; a very dangerous situation for the patient
educational facility safety
Educational Facility Safety

Main Security Concerns:

  • Safety of students
  • Safety of faculty/staff
  • Violence
  • Vandalism
  • Theft/burglary
educational facility safety k 12
Educational Facility Safety: K-12
  • Security needs vary depending on the size of the school
  • Vandalism is a serious problem for most schools.
  • Access needs to be controlled to prevent dropouts, etc. from coming onto school grounds.
educational facility safety k 122
Educational Facility Safety: K-12
  • Safety measures:
    • Access control
    • Lighting
    • Security personnel present and accessible
educational facility safety colleges and universities
Educational Facility Safety: Colleges and Universities
  • These facilities are by their nature very open environments. This makes them a security nightmare, since it immediately reduces the effectiveness of a key security component: access control.
educational facility safety colleges and universities guidelines
Educational Facility Safety: Colleges and Universities Guidelines:
  • Follow CPTED principles
  • Control access where possible and to the most critical areas
  • Involve students in crime prevention
  • Raise safety awareness among ALL campus users, including faculty/ staff
educational facility safety colleges and universities guidelines1
Educational Facility Safety: Colleges and Universities Guidelines:
  • Improve lighting
  • Install emergency lights
  • Use of both contract and proprietary security personnel
  • Use of technology to increase communication and disseminate warnings
ad