Is your physical security cyber secure?
Simon Gawne discusses the need for security teams to expand their remit to include cyber defence as attackers increasingly target vulnerable connected security devices
For as long as security has been a professional occupation, the aim of the security director has been to guard the perimeter, identifying and expelling the dangers that threaten the business. That used to be a physical activity – for example, apprehending intruders, ensuring approved entrants aren’t carrying concealed weapons or maintaining strong outer walls. The perimeter fence used to be the key concern of the . . .