Presentation on theme: "PSU Physical Security Project Supervised by: Ms. Faten Alhanouf Alnasser ID# 207410054 Deema Alhudaithy ID# 102400543 Maha Al shamekh ID#2 07410220 Quality."— Presentation transcript:
PSU Physical Security Project Supervised by: Ms. Faten Alhanouf Alnasser ID# 207410054 Deema Alhudaithy ID# 102400543 Maha Al shamekh ID#2 07410220 Quality Team
§ Outline: Quality Standards Definition Fire Extinguishers Quality Standards Fire Alarms Quality Standards Server Rooms Quality Standards File Cabinets Quality Standards Paper Shredders Quality Standards Door/ Locks Quality Standards References 2
§ Quality Standards Definition 3 According to ISO, standard is a published document. It is a set of rules to be used consistently as good principles, practices or guidelines.
4 § ISO 17799 / BS 7799 4 It is an internationally recognized code of practice offering guidelines for physical security and information security management: 7.1 Prevent unauthorized access, damage and interference to business premises and information 7.2 Prevent loss, damage, compromise of assets and interruption to business activities. 7.3 Prevent compromise or theft of information and information processing facilities 8.6 Prevent damage to assets and interruptions to business activities
§ Server Rooms Quality Standards 55 Room specifications: Room walls, ceiling, and doors should be sound isolated from other occupied areas. Doors should be 42" to 48" wide, and 8' tall. Room should not have windows (security reasons) a minimum 9' ceiling.
§ Server Rooms Quality Standards 66 Cooling And Air conditioning Racks should be arranged in a hot isle/cold isle cooling and humidity control should be via an independent AC system (i.e., not connected to main building system), with a return air design temperature of 72°F (±2°F) and humidity 45% (±5%), respectively. There should be sufficient clearance (minimum 4') between the A/C unit and computer racks in order to avoid potential damage from water leaks, as well as to allow for maintenance access.
§ Server Rooms Quality Standards 77 Emergency and fire Emergency/backup power dependent from departments Room should be fire rated if cabling and cooling systems are combined in the same space above the ceiling or below the floor.
§ File Cabinets Quality Standards 88 Inset toe kicks are constructed of 12 thick unfinished engineered wood Tops, bottoms, and floors are 12 thick Cabinets must be resistant to fire. Locks must be resistant to drills.
§ Door/ Locks Quality Standards 10 Card reader door lock Electronic system to manage the lock. Voice alert in the case of unauthorized access. protection from unauthorized access. (five times after a failed registration system stops for a few minutes). Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) backup Size of body lock: 130mmL x 106mmW x 40mmH Net weight of body lock: 1.06Kg
§ Paper Shredders Quality Standards 11 Cross-cut shredder: provide more security by cutting paper vertically and horizontally into confetti-like pieces. Safety standards: Safety sensor : automatically shuts off when hands are too close to the paper entry. Safety lock: puts the shredder into a safe, inactive mood. Safety flap: covers cutters when the shredder head is removed Safety interlock switch: ensures the shredder will not activate when the shredder head is removed Common product specification: Length: 14.00 in Width: 16.00 in Height: 25.00 in Weight: 66.00 lbs
12 § Fire Extinguishers Quality Standards Listed under the National Institute and Occupational Safety and Health is the following standard for Portable fire extinguishers (1910.157): The requirements of this section apply to the placement, use, maintenance, and testing of portable fire extinguishers Extinguishers readily accessible The employer shall assure that portable fire extinguishers are maintained in a fully charged and operable condition and kept in their designated places at all times except during use. There must be a sign showing the place and the type of Extinguishers
13 § Fire Alarm Quality Standards Common guidelines for fire alarm systems include: The detector base shall be suitable for surface mounting on a ceiling and shall fit on a 65 mm standard C-type electrical outlet box with fixing holes at 50 mm centers. Fixing lugs or holes in the base shall be substantial and shall withstand repeated insertion and removal of the head without damage. The base shall be provided with wire terminals suitable for wire sizes up to 1,5 mm2.