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Boris Sverdlik Your perimeter sucks Derbycon 2011 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Boris Sverdlik Your perimeter sucks
Derbycon 2011

Most organizations do not include physical security as part of their information security program. As security professionals we know that attackers, dont care how they get in. Your Internet posture may be bulletproof, but how does that help if your front door is wide open? Why put a lock on the door, if you have a hung ceiling above it? Attackers think outside the box and so must you. A skilled cat burglar will first case the place before they try to break in. Take a walk through your lobby entrance and look at it as an outsider what do you see? The typical setup is a camera, a locked door, card reader, maybe an alarm panel and if they were really diligent a motion detector. What good are these if you can just climb over the wall? Or better yet cut through the drywall? Get where am Im going? Lock picking is a hobby most of us hold, so unlocking a door is easy

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