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Re: RE: pentest physical security
From: kratzer.jason () gmail com
Date: 31 Jul 2006 20:34:31 -0000

Also, check out NIST's guidelines for physical security checks.  Some requirements are based on outside lights, fence 
heights, etc..  Some CISSP study guides I have seen in the past make a good evaluation of physical security and offer 
good starting points.  Also,  the OSSTMM (page 75) offers a pretty good breakdown of what to look for in physical 
security implementations.  The manual can be found here: http://www.isecom.info/mirror/osstmm.en.2.1.1.pdf

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