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tsirhCdneM | End User Security Awareness | 1 Hour | Module 8

By: Raul Pop | Related Course: End User Security Awareness | 1 Hour | Published: June 14, 2017 | Modified: June 14, 2017
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Why Physical Security Matters for Computers

 

Even when password protected data can be taken from computers if someone can remove the hard drive

The goal of the attack may be to disrupt operations through physical destruction

Having physical access makes gaining control of our computers and networks much easier

Our computers may be more susceptible to an attack from a physically connected USB than an attack done over the network

 

Physical Security Measures

Door locks

Computer locks

Security Stations

ID Badges

 

Physical Security Violations

Propping open doors/holding open doors

Posting Passwords/Using default lock combinations

Not Locking the computer

 

Piggybacking Prevention

Locking Computer

Report Suspicious Activity

 

Security threats

Identify

Mitigate

Report


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