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What are the credentials for your Physical Security white paper author

By neil licht ·
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This is written in response to a featured article on TechRepublic today:

Physical Security in Mission Critical Facilities

My comments relate and question relates to it:

Mag stripe cards have been unused in physical securirty for years. Ask us physical security people how we answer the questions raised about who you are, why are you here and when are you allowed automatically, make the automated decisions, and get the preventative security plus the reactive security handled.

Neil Licht callhereweare@verizon.net 25 year physical security solutions provider veteran, launched a browser based solution and lots more plus CCTV etc.

Find a genuine expert if you are writing a white paper please!!!

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Do you know

by santeewelding In reply to What are the credentials ...

Where you are and what you are talking about?

I sure don't.

So, I won't be calling you.

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But I'm sure

by NexS In reply to Do you know

The botnet crawlers will find his email address and fill his inbox with spam.

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todays white paper link in tech republic-thats what I was referring to

by neil licht In reply to Do you know

This is written in response to a featured article on TechRepublic today:

Physical Security in Mission Critical Facilities

My comments relate and question relates to it

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Sorry but I didn't see it either

by OH Smeg In reply to todays white paper link i ...

Perhaps some link to the original article may prove useful here.

I personally nearly marked the above post as Spam but I erred on the side of caution just in case I was being overly sensitive. :0

Col

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Lemme see, here

by santeewelding In reply to Sorry but I didn't see it ...

How do I finagle all this in order to grant you five thumbs, elevating you to one thousand?

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What whitepaper?

by seanferd In reply to What are the credentials ...

Are you referring to anything specific? Look up the authors, then. Regardless, you sure aren't addressing anyone who is actually producing the whitepapers.

Unless, of course, this is just spam. But that would seem inconsistent with your previous posts.

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this white paper posted today by tech republic about physical security

by neil licht In reply to What whitepaper?

This is written in response to a featured article on TechRepublic today:

Physical Security in Mission Critical Facilities

My comments relate and question relates to it:

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You should put a link to the paper

by NexS In reply to this white paper posted t ...

In your comment so people know what's going on.

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Link:TechRepublic White Paper Membership today's 8-4 newsletter sent via em

by neil licht In reply to You should put a link to ...

Link - In the newsletter today via my inbox: TechRepublic White Paper Membership

August 4, 2010


"Physical security in mission-critical facilities
Read up on the principles of personnel identification and basic methods for controlling physical access to facilities. (APC)"


Sorry, I thought the title would be the link. My error

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OK

by seanferd In reply to Link:TechRepublic White P ...

First off, whitepapers are just advertising. I don't believe I have ever seen a whitepaper produced by a corporation that wasn't.

Second, TR is just linking whitepapers that the industry puts out there. I'm not sure how you can chastise TR for something that someone at APC wrote. Or not understand who wrote it, whichever the case may be.

Third, and please consider my bafflement to be genuine, I would have expected from any expert having differences with the conclusions of another to provide a better reference (more obvious title and a link). Also, I would have expected something more of an analysis or at least a point you hold in contention along with your counter-argument.

Further, Suzanne Niles qualifications are easily discernible. You could expound upon how fit these are in the context of physical security.
http://www.google.com/search?q=Suzanne+Niles+APC
Her qualifications are also described in the paper. They rather seem to suit one who edits papers and does presentations, in this case, given the research done at APC.

You may have also noted that the whitepaper is from 2004. (I assume that someone felt it is still relevant enough to link in the newsletter today - perhaps this is a bone of contention.) Yet I have not noticed the extinction of mag stripe cards. Perhaps others have noticed differently.

Run with it. You could have a very interesting post, indeed.

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