Penetration Testing
Physical Security audit (PCI DSS) Nov 07 2011 09:54AM
cribbar (crib bar hotmail co uk) (1 replies)


Does anyone have a comprehensive audit program/checklist for physical
security? I would want something that maps up to the PCI DSS standards
(although this â??dataâ? doesnâ??t process payment data it is highly sensitive
and thus meets the same security requirements). It isnâ??t a data centre we
are auditing, more a physical centre that wipes our disks on our behalf. A
few of the physical security audit programs I checked out through a Google
search werenâ??t up to much. Any such programs that you use and would be
willing to share would be great, right up to the policies, risk assessments,
BIA, logs and physical controls.

Many Thanks

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Re: Physical Security audit (PCI DSS) Nov 07 2011 06:46PM
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Re: Physical Security audit (PCI DSS) Nov 07 2011 07:18PM
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