Hardening physical CNI protection
Michael Miles considers the role of physical access protection, including its growing integration with access control, as part of the security mix for CNI, but warns product performance claims must be approached with care
Advances at the high-tech end of security, in areas such as biometrics, cyber security and IP video surveillance, tend to grab the technology headlines. Nevertheless, today’s approaches to physical protection are no less inventive or exacting while remaining fundamental to the hardening of critical assets. Focal to this are security doors, window protection, cabinets, kiosks, access covers and an increasingly specialised population of . . .