Title

The Evaluation of Security Systems: Testing Biometric and Intelligent Imaging Systems

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Faculty

Faculty of Computing, Health and Science

School

School of Engineering

RAS ID

3972

Comments

Smith, C. (2007). The Evaluation of Security Systems: Testing Biometric and Intelligent Imaging Systems. In Proceedings of the Sixth International Workshop for Applied PKC. Perth, Australia: Edith Cowan University.

Abstract

Effective security strategies are achieved through the risk management process applied to the security management plan. The components of the security management plan each contribute equally in the protection of assets for an organisation. Thus missed elements of components in the risk management plan have the potential to impact on the quality of security established for high-end security such as national infrastmcture and the commercial facilities. It is important that any degree of alteration in relevant variables in the components of the security management plan will require the entire plan to be reassessed in order to ensure security strategies that adequately cover the security risks identified in the analysis. This activity should occur even if it disrupts the schedule for completion of the risk assessment components. As well, the security strategies developed to operationalise the security management plan should be subjected to continued scrutiny through analysis and study.

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