The Design And Implementation Of Physical Protection Systems

The objective of this course is to provide security professionals with knowledge and understanding in the design and implementation of physical protection security systems. The need for the course was identified in response to the growing importance of protection security systems in the field of physical security. Physical security integrates a balance of people, procedures, policies, equipment and systems for protecting assets against man – made threats such as terrorism, crime and public disorder. in recent years there is a shift in that balance, as electronic security systems are gaining more and more importance. This trend is influenced by accumulation of several main reasons:

  • One of the important reasons is the shift of many security managers, clients and regularity authorities from reliance on human resources to reliance on electronic systems. This shift is partly driven from the increased long-term costs of guards and security agents versus the understanding that in many cases they are the weakest link in physical security systems.
  • Additionally, the costs of protection security systems are consistently dropping, they are much easier to install and their level of sophistication and robustness increased considerably every year.
  • All those factors are leading to increase in the numbers of security equipment installed in security projects. Not long ago a security project that includes hundred CCTV cameras was considered large and complex, today security projects which include several hundreds or thousands of CCTV cameras and other sensors are the norm.

Finally, the need of security managers and clients to automate and quantify security process and activities is driving towards growing reliance of electronic systems. Naturally, in light of the technological complexity of most protection security systems the course doesn’t intend to provide detailed information about the bits and the bites of the various technologies, rather than that it is designed to provide practical knowledge about their operating principals, advantages and disadvantages and the various consideration involved in their design and implementation in security projects. The course will focus on the most common protection security systems consists of twelve modules including surveillance systems, access control systems, intrusion detection systems, data communication systems and more. It is our hope that once completing the course, the trainees will find the information contained in it as practical and contributing to their professional careers.

Access to this course is not restricted.

Topics covered in the DIPPS course

Module 1 – Security Planning
  • Main security concepts
  • Planning methodology and process
  • Security layers
  • Crime prevention through environmental design (CPTED)
  • Concepts of perimeter protection
  • Concepts of access control
Module 2 – Anti – Ram Barriers
  • Crash testing standards
  • Pop-up bollards
  • Safety considerations
  • Vehicular gates
  • Boom barriers and anti-ram arm barrier
  • Design and implementation considerations
Module 3 – Doors and Locks
  • Electro – magnetic Lock (maglock)
  • Electric strike lock
  • Electro – mechanic lock
  • Doors schedules
  • Safety aspects
  • Forced entry resistance doors
  • Design and implementation considerations
Module 4 – Safe rooms
Module 5 – Scanning Devices
  • Walk – through metal detectors (WTMD)
  • Hand – held metal detector
  • Full body scanners
  • X – ray luggage scanner
  • Cargo scanners slides
  • Under – vehicle scanning system
  • Design and implementation considerations
Module 6 – Perimeter Intrusion Detection Systems
  • Detection performance criteria
  • Tout wire detection technology
  • Vibration fence detection technology
  • Fiber optic detection
  • Ported coaxial cable
  • Geophones
  • Active IR
  • Microwave sensors
  • Ground radar
  • Video motion detection
  • Performance tests
  • Design and implementation considerations
Module 7 –Intrusion Detection Systems
  • Main design parameters
  • Magnetic switch
  • Passive infrared detectors
  • Microwave detectors
  • Glass break detectors
  • Design and implementation considerations
Module 8 – Access Control Systems
  • Key terms
  • Access control systems topologies
  • Key pads
  • RFID and Smart Cards
  • Biometric technologies
  • Face recognition
  • Performance metrices
  • Access control software
  • Design and implementation considerations
Module 9- Security lighting
Module 10 – Video Surveillance Systems
  • Main components
  • The camera lenses
  • Field of view and focal length
  • Image sensors
  • Video resolution
  • Video compression formats
  • Camera installation
  • Design and implementation considerations slides
Module 11– Video Analytics
  • Video analytic software applications
  • Video analytics topologies
  • Line crossing analytics
  • Loitering analytics
  • Left object analytics
  • License Plate Recognition (LPR)
  • Implementation challenges
  • Design and implementation considerations
Module 12– Data Communication Networks
  • Fiber optic cable
  • Coaxial cable
  • Twisted pair cable
  • Radio wave
  • Networks topologies
  • Design and implementation considerations
Module 13 – Redundancy
  • Redundant array of independent discs
  • N+1 redundancy
  • High availability
Module 14 – Control Rooms
  • Control rooms main types
  • Operational concepts
  • Design aspects
  • Personal screens and large displays
  • Physical Security Information Management systems (PSIM)
Complete this course to earn certification of completion “The Design And Implementation Of Physical Protection Systems” course.
Mr. Yuval Alon benefits from 20 years of experience in the field of security, with particular specialization in performance of risk assessments (TVRA), security audits, formulation of security policies and master plans and design of security solutions. Through this capacity Mr. Alon carried out numerous security consultancy projects at various types of facilities, including governmental premises, oil and gas facilities, banking, electricity, water, corporate headquarters, mass transit systems, factories, office buildings, seaports and marine installations (passenger ships, tankers, off-shore drilling rigs and off-shore refineries). He also designs and develops customized security systems for each of the above sectors. Additionally, Mr. Yuval Alon is an expert in the preparation and implementation of diverse, innovative security training programs for all security positions, including security guards, security mangers and senior management.

Price

Individual Price
USD 789

Package includes

  • Reading materials
  • Quizzes and tests

  • Restriction level
  • Covered topics
  • Certification of Completion
  • Course instructors
  • Pricing

Access to this course is not restricted.

Topics covered in the DIPPS course

Module 1 – Security Planning
  • Main security concepts
  • Planning methodology and process
  • Security layers
  • Crime prevention through environmental design (CPTED)
  • Concepts of perimeter protection
  • Concepts of access control
Module 2 – Anti – Ram Barriers
  • Crash testing standards
  • Pop-up bollards
  • Safety considerations
  • Vehicular gates
  • Boom barriers and anti-ram arm barrier
  • Design and implementation considerations
Module 3 – Doors and Locks
  • Electro – magnetic Lock (maglock)
  • Electric strike lock
  • Electro – mechanic lock
  • Doors schedules
  • Safety aspects
  • Forced entry resistance doors
  • Design and implementation considerations
Module 4 – Safe rooms
Module 5 – Scanning Devices
  • Walk – through metal detectors (WTMD)
  • Hand – held metal detector
  • Full body scanners
  • X – ray luggage scanner
  • Cargo scanners slides
  • Under – vehicle scanning system
  • Design and implementation considerations
Module 6 – Perimeter Intrusion Detection Systems
  • Detection performance criteria
  • Tout wire detection technology
  • Vibration fence detection technology
  • Fiber optic detection
  • Ported coaxial cable
  • Geophones
  • Active IR
  • Microwave sensors
  • Ground radar
  • Video motion detection
  • Performance tests
  • Design and implementation considerations
Module 7 –Intrusion Detection Systems
  • Main design parameters
  • Magnetic switch
  • Passive infrared detectors
  • Microwave detectors
  • Glass break detectors
  • Design and implementation considerations
Module 8 – Access Control Systems
  • Key terms
  • Access control systems topologies
  • Key pads
  • RFID and Smart Cards
  • Biometric technologies
  • Face recognition
  • Performance metrices
  • Access control software
  • Design and implementation considerations
Module 9- Security lighting
Module 10 – Video Surveillance Systems
  • Main components
  • The camera lenses
  • Field of view and focal length
  • Image sensors
  • Video resolution
  • Video compression formats
  • Camera installation
  • Design and implementation considerations slides
Module 11– Video Analytics
  • Video analytic software applications
  • Video analytics topologies
  • Line crossing analytics
  • Loitering analytics
  • Left object analytics
  • License Plate Recognition (LPR)
  • Implementation challenges
  • Design and implementation considerations
Module 12– Data Communication Networks
  • Fiber optic cable
  • Coaxial cable
  • Twisted pair cable
  • Radio wave
  • Networks topologies
  • Design and implementation considerations
Module 13 – Redundancy
  • Redundant array of independent discs
  • N+1 redundancy
  • High availability
Module 14 – Control Rooms
  • Control rooms main types
  • Operational concepts
  • Design aspects
  • Personal screens and large displays
  • Physical Security Information Management systems (PSIM)
Complete this course to earn certification of completion “The Design And Implementation Of Physical Protection Systems” course.
Mr. Yuval Alon benefits from 20 years of experience in the field of security, with particular specialization in performance of risk assessments (TVRA), security audits, formulation of security policies and master plans and design of security solutions. Through this capacity Mr. Alon carried out numerous security consultancy projects at various types of facilities, including governmental premises, oil and gas facilities, banking, electricity, water, corporate headquarters, mass transit systems, factories, office buildings, seaports and marine installations (passenger ships, tankers, off-shore drilling rigs and off-shore refineries). He also designs and develops customized security systems for each of the above sectors. Additionally, Mr. Yuval Alon is an expert in the preparation and implementation of diverse, innovative security training programs for all security positions, including security guards, security mangers and senior management.

Price

Individual Price
USD 789

Package includes

  • Reading materials
  • Quizzes and tests
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