Physical and Logical Security Convergence: Powered By Enterprise Security Management
Syngress, Apr 18, 2011 - Computers - 592 pages
Government and companies have already invested hundreds of millions of dollars in the convergence of physical and logical security solutions, but there are no books on the topic.
This book begins with an overall explanation of information security, physical security, and why approaching these two different types of security in one way (called convergence) is so critical in today’s changing security landscape. It then details enterprise security management as it relates to incident detection and incident management. This is followed by detailed examples of implementation, taking the reader through cases addressing various physical security technologies such as: video surveillance, HVAC, RFID, access controls, biometrics, and more.
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Chapter 5 IT Governance and Enterprise Security Policy
Chapter 6 The Evolution of Global Security Solutions
Politics Industry and Business Value
The Trusted Enterprise
Chapter 9 ESM Architecture
Chapter 12 Event Storage and Forensic Analysis
Chapter 13 Bridging the Chinese Wall
Chapter 14 Physical and Logical Access
Chapter 15 Intelligent Video Analytics
Chapter 16 Environmental Sensors
Process Control and SCADA
Chapter 18 Final Thoughts
Chapter 10 Log Collection
Chapter 11 RealTime Event Correlation Analysis and Response
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