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Researching fiber optic security vulnerabilities suggests that not everyone who is responsible for their networks security is aware of the different methods that intruders use to hack virtually undetected into fiber optic cables.
As the world of computer technology continues to grow, becomes increasingly competitive and vulnerable to malicious attacks, every business must more seriously consider IT (Information Technology) security as a high priority.
Most computer users are not aware of the fact that malevolent individuals use a variety of methods to gain access to systems including social engineering and outright theft. All too often do people rely on electronic security devices to provide all of their information security needs.
The purpose of this paper is to provide a comprehensive look at Physical Security by means of building an ideal web hosting facility. By viewing this design and construction process from a Physical Security perspective, we will identify and describe the measures needed to make our facility fully secure; and create a comprehensive Physical Security Primer that can be used in many types of facilities and circumstances.