SHOPPING CART $0.00
free shipping on orders over $35*
BUYBACK CART Buyback Cart Total Buyback Cart Total
free shipping on buybacks!
loading

    Perimeter Security

    ISBN-10: 0071460284
    ISBN-13: 9780071460286
    Edition: 2006
    Author(s): Michael J. Arata, Michael J. Arata
    Description: Perimeter security has taken on a new level of importance since the events of 9/11. This comprehensive hands-on resource focuses on designing, installing, and maintaining perimeter security for buildings.
    List price: $79.95
    This item qualifies for FREE SHIPPING
    30 day, 100% Satisfaction Guarantee

    Loading
    Customers Also Bought

    List Price: $79.95
    Copyright Year: 2006
    Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
    Publication Date: 11/17/2005
    Binding: Hardcover
    Pages: 354
    Size: 7.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
    Weight: 1.980
    Language: English

    Perimeter security has taken on a new level of importance since the events of 9/11. This comprehensive hands-on resource focuses on designing, installing, and maintaining perimeter security for buildings.

    Introductionp. 1
    Threat Assessment and Risk Analysis Basicsp. 5
    How to Do a Threat Assessmentp. 6
    Identify the Risksp. 7
    Analyze the Risk for Probability of Occurrencep. 8
    Calculating the Cost of a Lossp. 10
    The Survey Formp. 11
    The Crime Statisticsp. 22
    Risk Analysis Stepsp. 24
    Choosing the Method to Mitigate the Riskp. 26
    Planning and Designingp. 29
    Perimeter Fencep. 33
    Types of Perimeter Fencesp. 34
    Chain Linkp. 35
    Wrought Ironp. 37
    Wood Fencesp. 39
    Concrete Wallsp. 41
    Fence Openingsp. 41
    Barbed Wirep. 43
    Razor Wirep. 44
    Fence Design Specificationsp. 45
    Protective Barriersp. 49
    Natural Protective Barriersp. 50
    Man-Made Protective Barriersp. 51
    Decorative Plantersp. 52
    Bollardsp. 53
    K-Railp. 55
    Welded Steel Guard Railsp. 56
    Vehicle Arrest Systemsp. 57
    Berms and Ditchesp. 59
    Design Considerations for Protective Barriersp. 59
    Conclusionp. 60
    Security Lightingp. 61
    Foot-Candle Powerp. 63
    Categories of Security Lightingp. 63
    Types of Lamps (Luminaries)p. 64
    Types of Security Lightingp. 65
    Lighting Requirements for Perimeter Protectionp. 65
    Lighting Requirements for CCTVp. 68
    Electrical Power Sources for Security Lightingp. 69
    Wiring and Lighting Controlsp. 70
    Maintenance of Lighting Systemsp. 71
    Security Lighting Design Considerationsp. 71
    Conclusionp. 73
    Electronic Access Controlp. 75
    Biometric Systemsp. 75
    Hand Geometryp. 76
    Fingerprint Readerp. 76
    Iris Scannerp. 76
    Retina Scanp. 77
    Voice Recognitionp. 77
    Signature Recognitionp. 77
    Facial Recognitionp. 77
    Error Ratesp. 78
    Combination Systemsp. 78
    Access Control System Cardsp. 78
    Magnetic Stripp. 78
    Proximity Cardsp. 80
    Smart Cardsp. 80
    Dual Technology Cardsp. 80
    Designing the Access Control Systemp. 80
    Types of Access Control System Locksp. 82
    Request to Exit Device (REX)p. 84
    Door Contactsp. 85
    Automatic Door Closerp. 85
    Access Control System Panelsp. 86
    Sample Design Specificationsp. 86
    Alarms (Intrusion Detection Systems)p. 101
    Alarm Categoriesp. 102
    Exterior Intrusion Detection Sensorsp. 102
    Interior Intrusion Detection Sensorsp. 103
    Sensor Technologyp. 103
    Switchesp. 104
    Magnetic Switchesp. 104
    Balanced Magnetic Switchesp. 105
    Mechanical Switchesp. 106
    Volumetric Sensorsp. 107
    Ultrasonic Sensorsp. 107
    Infraredp. 109
    Glass Breaksp. 116
    Microwavep. 117
    Vibration Sensorsp. 121
    Fence Vibration Sensorsp. 123
    Fiber Opticp. 123
    Electric Fieldp. 126
    Capacitancep. 127
    Taut Wirep. 128
    Photo Electric Beamp. 130
    Video Motion Detectionp. 131
    Intrusion Detection System Design Specificationsp. 132
    Parking Lots and Garagesp. 141
    Physical Design Features That Enhance Securityp. 142
    Natural Surveillancep. 142
    Territorial Reinforcementp. 142
    Natural Access Controlp. 143
    Target Hardeningp. 142
    Parking Garagesp. 143
    Natural Access Controlp. 143
    Natural Surveillancep. 145
    Traditional Physical Securityp. 147
    Access Controlp. 149
    Security Officersp. 149
    Security Surveyp. 149
    Parking Lotsp. 150
    Lighting in Parking Lotsp. 151
    Landscaping in Parking Lotsp. 152
    CCTV in Parking Lotsp. 152
    Emergency Call Boxesp. 153
    Security Officersp. 153
    Sample Design Specifications for a Parking Garagep. 153
    Closed Circuit Television (CCTV)p. 159
    CCTV System Componentsp. 160
    Camerap. 161
    Coaxial Cablep. 163
    Fiber Optic Cablep. 163
    Microwavep. 164
    MUXp. 164
    Monitorp. 165
    Recordersp. 165
    Wireless Camerasp. 167
    IP Addressable Camerasp. 167
    Basic System Design Considerationsp. 168
    Lightingp. 173
    Locks and Keysp. 175
    Types of Locksp. 176
    Keying Systemsp. 182
    Specificationsp. 183
    Doors and Windowsp. 195
    Types of Window Framesp. 195
    Types of Window Glassp. 197
    Design Considerations for Doors and Windowsp. 206
    Defense-In-Depthp. 215
    People and Defense-in-Depthp. 216
    Physical Securityp. 216
    Implementing the Physical Securityp. 218
    The Perimeter Fence and Natural Barriersp. 218
    Protective Lightingp. 219
    Access Controlp. 220
    Intrusion Detectionp. 221
    CCTVp. 222
    Locks and Keysp. 222
    Windows and Doorsp. 223
    Blast and Bullet Resistant Protectionp. 224
    Fire Protectionp. 224
    Protected Zonesp. 225
    Secure Areas in a Buildingp. 227
    Design and Construction of the Secure Roomp. 228
    Design and Construction of the Secured (Caged) Areap. 232
    Emergency Powerp. 234
    Design Considerations for Secure Rooms and Secure Areasp. 235
    Security Designp. 241
    XYZ Pharmaceutical Companyp. 241
    Security Design for the XYZ Pharmaceutical Companyp. 242
    Perimeter Securityp. 245
    Continuous Lightingp. 247
    Standby Lightingp. 247
    Movable Lightingp. 247
    Emergency Lightingp. 247
    Interior Securityp. 248
    CCTVp. 249
    Fire Protectionp. 250
    Intrusion Detectionp. 250
    Alarm Annunciationp. 253
    Sample Design Specificationsp. 255
    Protection of Utilities (Electric, Phone, Water)p. 279
    Protecting Fiber Data Lines and TI linesp. 280
    Securing the Manhole Coversp. 282
    Protecting the Electric Utility Vaultsp. 287
    Securing the Electrical Switchgear Roomp. 289
    Securing the Telephone Room/or Closetp. 290
    Securing the Emergency Backup Power Systemp. 292
    Securing the Water Lines and Wells on Sitep. 293
    Blast Protectionp. 295
    Assessment for Blast Protectionp. 298
    Physical Security Surveyp. 300
    Blast-Hardeningp. 301
    Fire Protectionp. 313
    Fire Codesp. 313
    Fire Suppression Systemsp. 315
    Wet Pipe Sprinkler Systemsp. 316
    Dry Pipe Sprinkler Systemsp. 317
    Gaseous Fire Suppression Systemsp. 318
    Smoke and Fire Detection Systemsp. 320
    Flame Detectionp. 322
    Emergency Backup Powerp. 322
    Deigning Fire Detection and Suppression Systemsp. 323
    Sound Controlp. 325
    Eavesdropping Devices - The Extent of the Threatp. 325
    The Devicesp. 326
    Soundproofing a Roomp. 328
    Shipping and Receivingp. 333
    Physical Security for Shipping and Receivingp. 334
    Access Controlp. 334
    Intrusion Detectionp. 335
    CCTV for Shipping and Receivingp. 337
    Lightingp. 338
    Securing Shipping and Receivingp. 339
    Checklists and Formsp. 341
    Indexp. 353
    Table of Contents provided by Ingram. All Rights Reserved.

    eBooks Starting from $79.95

    Buy
    $10,000 
    Giveaway
    PLUS weekly prizes!
    Get a extra entry for each item purchased or sold.
    what's this?
    Rush Rewards U
    Members Receive:
    coins
    coins
    You have reached 400 XP and carrot coins. That is the daily max!
    ×
    ×
    Free shipping on orders over $35*

    *A minimum purchase of $35 is required. Shipping is provided via FedEx SmartPost® and FedEx Express Saver®. Average delivery time is 1 – 5 business days, but is not guaranteed in that timeframe. Also allow 1 - 2 days for processing. Free shipping is eligible only in the continental United States and excludes Hawaii, Alaska and Puerto Rico. FedEx service marks used by permission."Marketplace" orders are not eligible for free or discounted shipping.

    Learn more about the TextbookRush Marketplace.

    ×