[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Physical security has lost its glamour recently, taking a back seat to issues of technological security.
What does PHYSEC stand for?
PHYSEC stands for Physical Security
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Samples in periodicals archive:
There is a two-tiered approach to security that all businesses must consider in order to fully protect their assets: physical security (which includes real property such as buildings and facilities) and information security (which encompasses the data and intellectual property that resides on computer networks).
SAN communications are moving to IP-based networks, making them vulnerable to many of the attacks made on corporate networks, such as spoofing, sniffing, denial of service attacks, untrusted networks, and basic physical security (including keypads, armed guards and the like).
For a physical security program, the security director carries the conductor's baton, with the task of bringing multiple applications and measures together into a coherent security framework.