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Server+ Certification Training Guide by Server+ Certified Technician Elton Jernigan

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Physical Security Issues

  • 5.1 Recognize and report on physical security issues

    • Limit access to server room and backup tapes

    • Ensure physical locks exist on doors

    • Establish anti-theft devices for hardware (lock server racks)

All right, now it’s time to discuss the other often-neglected portion of server installations: making sure that your server is physically secure. You also need to be aware that removable media are vulnerable, and ensure such media are secured as well.

IN THE FIELD

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