Vulnerability Assessment of Physical Protection Systems will describe the entire vulnerability assessment (VA) process, from the start of planning through final analysis and out brief to senior management. The text will draw heavily on the principles introduced in the authoras best-selling Design and Evaluation of Physical Protection Systems and allow readers to apply those principles and conduct a VA that is aligned with system objectives and achievable with existing budget and personnel resources. The book will address the full spectrum of a VA, including negotiating tasks with the customer, project management and planning of the VA, team membership, step-by-step details for performing the VA, data collection and analysis, important notes on how to use the VA to suggest design improvements and generate multiple design options. The text will end with a discussion of how to out brief the results to senior management in order to gain their support and demonstrate the return on investment of their security dollar. Several new tools will be introduced to help readers organize and use the information at their sites and allow them to mix the physical protection system with other risk management measures to reduce risk to an acceptable level at an affordable cost and with the least operational impact. - Guides the reader through the topic of physical security doing so with a unique, detailed and scientific approach - Takes the reader from beginning to end and step-by-step through a Vulnerability Assessment - Over 150 figures and tables to illustrate key conceptsThe second approach is technologyassisted manual search. ... Backscatter x-ray has the potential for generating automated alarm on detection of low-z materials. ... neutron activation techniques cause an alarm on the detection of large areas of high nitrogen concentration in high nitrogento-hydrogen-ratio materials.
|Title||:||Vulnerability Assessment of Physical Protection Systems|
|Author||:||Mary Lynn Garcia|
|Publisher||:||Butterworth-Heinemann - 2005-12-08|