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Vikas Publishing
  • 9789380828244
  • 272 pages
  • Hardback
  • 5.5" x 8.5" inches
  • Book 695.00

"With fast developing world of electronics, gadgets and net, criminals have matched the means to use and exploit technology to their destructive cause. It becomes all the more important and imperative to use modern technology to protect and secure industrial houses and business establishments. This book attempts to highlight advantage of having electronic surveillance in the field of security. The book unfolds various aspects of electronic surveillance that normally go unnoticed. Today, terrorism extends beyond physical destruction of life and property. To counter their threat, industry has to step up electronic surveillance. It has become imperative that security threat assessment, identification, classification and response are made perfect and that minimum time is lost in this process. This book helps students of security issues to learn about the possible threats and gives them an idea of the available technologies today that can help combat terrorist threats."

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• Cyber Terrorism–Role of Enterprises • Equipment Support for Identification of Security Threats • Fibre Optic Systems for Perimeter Control • Cyber Security and Role of Private Security • CCTV Equipment in India • Computers and Industrial Security • Fire Prevention and Control • Developing Basic Safety Programme • Automatic Sprinkler Protection • Electronic Security Equipment: Need for Standardisation • Fire Protection Hardware for Inflammable Materials • Cyber Terrorism Role of Private Sector • Management of Fire Risk – Some Practical Aspects • Anti Terrorism by System Design • Total Access Control Programme • Searching for Hidden Assets and Information • Effective Fire Management • Automatic Asset Tracking • Strengthening Cyber Security Through – PPP • The Man–Machine Interface in the Security Environment • Convergence of Communication and Technology • Convergence: A Forthcoming Necessity • Modernization of Criminal Information System • PPP — Metropolitan Video Surveillance