5.1 Physical Security

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Which of the following allows for easy exit of an area in the event of an emergency, but prevents entry? (Select two)

Double-entry door AND Turnstile

You want to use CCTV to increase your physical security. You want to be able to remotely control the camera position. Which type of camera should you choose?


You want to use CCTV to increase the physical security of your building. Which of the following camera types would offer the sharpest image at the greatest distance under the lowest lighting conditions?

500 resolution, 50mm, .05 LUX

You want to use CCTV as a preventative security measure. Which of the following is a requirement for your plan?

Security guards

Which of the following are solutions that address physical security?(Select two)

Require identification and name badges for all employees AND escort visitors at all times

What is the primary benefit of CCTV?

Expands the area visible by security guards

What is a secure doorway that can be used in coordination with a mantrap to allow easy egress from a secured environment but which actively prevents re-entrance through the exit portal?


Which of the following is NOT an example of a physical barrier access control mechanism?

One time passwords

On your way into the back entrance of the building at work one morning, a man dressed as a plumber asks you to let him in so he can "fix the restroom."
What should you do?

Direct him to the front entrance and instruct him to check in with the receptionist.

Which of the following can be used to stop piggybacking that has been occurring at the front entrance where employees should swipe their smart cards to gain entry?

Deploy a mantrap

Which of the following CCTV camera types lets you adjust the distance that the camera can see?


Which of the following CCTV types would you use in areas with little or no lights?


Which of the following controls is an example of a physical access control method?

Locks on doors

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