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Conducting A Physical Security Assessment

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A physical security assessment is a valuable tool used to evaluate and improve the security of an organization. This course will introduce students to the practice of a risk analysis used to identify an organization's assets and threats and the physical security assessment used to protect them. Students will learn how the assessment results are used to develop appropriate countermeasures. This course provides 1 continuing education unit in one, 10-hour workshop.

This undergraduate-level course is 1 week To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

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Duration: 1 week

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    • Define the purpose of a physical security assessment
    • Explore the steps used to complete a physical security assessment
    • Utilize a physical security assessment to identify the threats and vulnerabilities of an organization
    • Understand how a risk analysis is used to develop appropriate countermeasures
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