A Guide to Understanding the Physical Security Controls of ISO 27001

The Case for Physical Security Controls Keeps Growing

By the looks of it, bolstering the operational security of vulnerable physical assets, locations, and people has slipped off the radar of most corporate Boards and C-level executives, replaced by a laser focus on cyber security. But the relative underinvestment in physical security has its costs. After all, assets, be they physical or human, remain incredibly vulnerable to common security risks: terrorist attacks, workplace threats, violence, theft, counterfeiting, sabotage, trespassing, activist disruption, vandalism, and contamination.

And, of course, those risks aren’t going way. Instead, they’ll continue to ripen into full-blown security incidents that cause staggering levels of material damage across all sectors of the economy.

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Guide to Understanding ISO 27001