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1 Overview of Electronic Security Systems NAVFAC Far East Presented by: Richard Cofer, P.E. Naval Facilities Engineering Command Atlantic Capital Improvements Business Line Engineering Criteria and Programs July 2014

2 UFC Electronic Security Systems Purpose: Provide effective and efficient criteria for designing Electronic Security Systems (ESS) in support of the Department of Defense (DoD) physical security program requirements. Lead Agency: Navy Point of contact: Richard Cofer Current Document Status: Originally Published 2006, Available on the Revision Published 1 October 2013 Unification Format Technology Lessons learned Whole Building Design Guide Website (www.wbdg.org) 3 Electronic Security Systems July 2014 Physical Security System Definition: That part of security concerned with physical measures designed to safeguard personnel; to prevent unauthorized access to equipment, installations, material, and documents; and to safeguard them against espionage, sabotage, damage, and theft. 4 Electronic Security Systems July 2014

3 Physical Security System Comprised of three major sub-functions: Detect, Delay, and Respond. Physical Security System Functions Detect Delay Respond Protective Measures Electronic Security System Intrusion detection Alarm communication Alarm assessment Access control Electronic Harbor Security Systems Security Forces Security Lighting DoD Personnel Responsible Citizens Military Working Dogs Barriers Fences Facility roof, walls, and floors Doors Windows Locks Distance Vegetation Procedures Interruption Communication to response force Deployment of response force Neutralization 5 Electronic Security Systems July 2014 Physical Security System Security professionals design systems by: Combining protective measures and operational procedures into an integrated system that works within a installation s, facility s, and user s constraints Components should complement each other and correct for vulnerabilities. Contain supporting elements coordinated to prevent gaps or overlaps in responsibilities and performance. 6 Electronic Security Systems July 2014

4 What dictates a Physical Security System The decision when and where to provide a Physical Security Equipment is based upon the following criteria: DoD policy/regulations Operational procedures Asset value (Relative value of items being protected) Availability of security forces to patrol and observe protected areas. Availability of fiscal resources (procurement, installation, energy conservation, and maintenance costs) Risk 7 Electronic Security Systems July 2014 The Problem 8 Electronic Security Systems July 2014

5 Assets Determining the assets is the first step in establishing any protective system 9 Electronic Security Systems July 2014 What Generates the Requirement for ESS? The Asset being protected and the associated policy generates the requirement. Arms, Ammunitions, and Explosives (AA&E) Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) Special Access Program Information(SAPI) Classified Materials (Secret and above) Classified Communications System SIPRNet JWICS May Electronic Security Systems July 2014

6 POLICY AA&E: OPNAV INSTRUCTION C Department of the Navy Physical Security Instruction for Conventional Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives SCI & SAPI: Director of National Intelligence, Intelligence Community Standard (ICS) Physical and Technical Security Standards for Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities. IC Tech Spec for ICD/ICS 705, Technical Specifications for Construction and Management of Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities Classified Materials (Secret and above)/classified Communication Systems: SECNAV M Department of the Navy Information Security Program May Electronic Security Systems July 2014 What dictates an Physical Security System The requirements for Physical Security Systems must be established during the project planning stage. Establish an interdisciplinary planning team with local considerations to include the following: Planning Supported Command Site Security Manager (SSM) Communications Security: Installation/Region N3 Engineering 8 July Electronic Security Systems July 2014

7 Project Development The planning team must: Determine what assets require protection Understand related DoD/Service policy/regulations Understand the objectives of the system Understand the facility and user s operational requirements and limitations. Understand the security force s capabilities Determine and document the Design Basis Threat Determine and document the Level of Protection Incorporate protective measures and related costs in project scope and budget. 13 Electronic Security Systems July 2014 Electronic Security System (ESS) The integrated electronic security system that encompasses interior and exterior Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS), Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) systems for assessment of alarm conditions, Automated Access Control Systems (ACS), Data Transmission Media (DTM), and alarm reporting systems for monitoring, control, and display. IDS: A system consisting of interior and exterior sensors, surveillance devices, and associated communication subsystems that collectively detect an intrusion of a specified site, facility, or perimeter and annunciate an alarm. CCTV: The system interior and exterior cameras, monitors, archiving hardware, and associated communication subsystems that allow video archiving and assessment of alarm conditions via remote monitoring. ACS: The system consisting of card readers, electronic locks, and the associated communication subsystem that ensures only authorized personnel are permitted ingress and egress into the protected area. May Electronic Security Systems July 2014

8 Intrusion Detection System (IDS) 15 Electronic Security Systems July 2014 Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) 16 Electronic Security Systems July 2014

9 Access Control System (ACS) 17 Electronic Security Systems July 2014 AA&E Policy Base Requirements All perimeter doors and man-passable openings into the storage area shall be protected by High Security Switch (HSS) and a motion detection sensor. Duress alarm at all issue ports. Keypad at entrance and for all separated (unit-based) interior storage areas that require an independent IDS capability. Perimeter emergency exit doors shall be secured, alarmed, and monitored 24 hours per day. IDS shall be installed in accordance with UL 681 and consist of: Level 2 high security switches (HSS) that meet UL 634, and/or other government approved sensors. Motion detection sensors UL 639 listed. Premise Control Units (PCUs) shall be located within the protected area. May Electronic Security Systems July 2014

10 Notional Layout: Arms Storage May Electronic Security Systems July 2014 SCIF Policy Base Requirements Perimeter doors shall be protected by High Security Switch (HSS) and a motion detecting sensor. Emergency exit doors shall be secured, alarmed, and monitored 24 hours per day. Interior areas through which reasonable access could be gained such as walls, doors, or windows shall be protected by an IDS. IDS shall be installed in accordance with UL 681 and consist of: Level 2 high security switches (HSS) that meet UL 634, and/or other government approved sensors Motion detection sensors that meet UL 639 listed, or approved by the CSA. Dual-Technology Sensors are authorized when each technology transmits alarm conditions independent of the other technology. Premise Control Units (PCUs) shall be located within a SCIF May Electronic Security Systems July 2014

11 Notional Layout: SCIF or SAPF May Electronic Security Systems July 2014 TS Policy Base Requirements All perimeter doors and man-passable openings into the secure area shall be protected by High Security Switch (HSS) and a motion detection sensor. Keypad at Primary Entrance. Perimeter emergency exit doors shall be secured, alarmed, and monitored 24 hours per day. IDS shall be installed in accordance with UL 681 and consist of: Level 2 high security switches (HSS) that meet UL 634, and/or other government approved sensors. Motion detection sensors UL 639 listed. Dual-Technology Sensors are authorized when each technology transmits alarm conditions independent of the other technology. Premise Control Units (PCUs) shall be located within the protected area. May Electronic Security Systems July 2014

12 Notional Layout: Top Secrete Open Storage May Electronic Security Systems July 2014 Word of Caution! Don t go Crazy! May Electronic Security Systems July 2014

13 Project Development 25 Electronic Security Systems July 2014 ESS for Navy MCON Military Construction for Navy (MCON): For FY06 MCON projects and beyond, NAVFAC's goal, is to fully integrate the design, procurement, installation and testing of Electronic Security Systems (ESS) into MCON design and construction contracts. MCON/MCNR project funds procure the supporting infrastructure. OP or O&M funds procure, install and test the equipment. 26 Electronic Security Systems July 2014

14 ESS/PSE Funding NAVFAC ATFP Ashore addresses Physical Security Equipment requirements and funding for the Equipment associated with Navy MCON. NAVFAC ATFP Ashore Program may provide funding for ESS related to Navy MCON when required for the protection of critical assets. Justification must be based on DoD or OPNAV policy, not based on command s operational preferences. In the case of a SCIF, armory, top secret open storage or similar spaces, ATFP Ashore may fund processing control unit, point sensors at the perimeter access points, volumetric sensors within the space, card readers and video assessment (CCTV) at the perimeter access points. In general, ATFP Ashore will not fund card readers for compartmented areas within the space or exterior surveillance or fence line (perimeter) electronic security systems. 27 Electronic Security Systems July 2014 ESS/PSE Funding 28 Electronic Security Systems July 2014

15 ESS/PSE Funding Refer to BMS B-1.3 Operational Outfitting Considerations Types of projects typically funded under the ATFP Ashore Program include assets such as: Arms, Ammunitions, and Explosives (AA&E) Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) Special Access Program Information(SAPI) Classified Materials (Secret and above) Classified Communication Systems Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNet) Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System (JWICS) 29 Electronic Security Systems July 2014 ESS/PSE Funding Types of facility projects or programs that may require ESS, but are not funded by the ATFP Ashore program include: Marine Corps and Marine Corps Reserve Facilities SOCOM Missile Defense Agency Strategic Systems Program (SSP) Strategic Weapons Facilities (SWF) Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) Projects Bachelor Quarters Medical Facilities Housing MWR and Retail Facilities 30 Electronic Security Systems July 2014

16 Project Development Document the ESS/PSE requirements Block 10 (scope) of DD 1391 and backup documentation should be utilized to describe PSE requirements/assets. Does this facility contain critical assets? AA&E? SCI? SAPI? Classified Information SIPRnet/JWICS? Utilize 1391 Team Checklist to document requirements 31 Electronic Security Systems July 2014 Physical Security Equipment (PSE) Funding Types of facility projects or programs that may require ESS, but are not funded by the ATFP Ashore program include: Marine Corps and Marine Corps Reserve Facilities SOCOM Missile Defense Agency Strategic Systems Program (SSP) Strategic Weapons Facilities (SWF) Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) Projects Bachelor Quarters Medical Facilities Housing MWR and Retail Facilities 32 Electronic Security Systems July 2014

17 PSE Funding For Marine Corps, Army, Air Force other Defense Agency projects: Coordinate the PSE, ESS and IDS requirements and funding with the resource sponsor and/or supported command s representative Provide empty conduit systems for PSE with MILCON design and Construction. Agency s PSE Program provides the design, installation and testing of the Physical Security Equipment. 33 Electronic Security Systems July 2014 Project Development The planning team must: Understand related DoD/Service policy/regulations Understand the objectives of the system Understand the facility and user s operational requirements and limitations. Understand the security force s capabilities Determine funding source(s) Determine and Document the Design Basis Threat Determine and Document the Level of Protection Incorporate protective measures and related costs in project scope and budget. 34 Electronic Security Systems July 2014

18 AT Standards Funding Physical Security Equipment (PSE) infrastructure efforts are considered built-in and can be funded with project funds regardless of funding source. Interior infrastructure includes conduit, junction boxes, electronic door strikes, door hardware, mounting hardware, and power connections. Exterior infrastructure includes items such as exterior duct banks, manholes, utility poles, exterior communication cabling, and power connections. 35 Electronic Security Systems July 2014 PSE Funding For MILCON Physical Security Equipment (PSE) is classified as equipment and cannot be funded with Military Construction (MILCON) dollars. Equipment (Active Devices) includes items such as central processing units, control panels, interior sensors, exterior sensors, cameras, monitors, and the interior communications cabling connecting these devices together. 36 Electronic Security Systems July 2014

19 1391 Team Checklist - PS Insure Physical Security issues been addressed appropriately (Coordinate closely with NAVFACHQ CI ATFP, User/Operator, and Installation/Base Security): a Is the entire facility required to be a Controlled Access Area? Example: a facility that would be classified as Top Secret Open Storage b Does this project require a Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF)? If so, indicate the number and square footage of each SCIF. SCIFs have special security requirements such as opening restrictions, special walls, and sound attenuation c Does this project require a Controlled Access Area (CAA) other than a SCIF within the facility? If so, indicate the number and square footage of each CAA d Will mission to be performed in facility require Electronic Security System (ESS) or Physical Security Equipment (PSE) such as a Intrusion Detection System (IDS)? Generally IDS is considered collateral equipment to be funded and installed after completion of the MILCON Project or as TurnKey Contract Option using Other-Than-MILCON funds. However, need to provide sufficient space (may need monitoring station/room), power supply, cable runs (sometimes both interior and exterior to central monitoring station), and support points for attachment of equipment. Coordinate closely with NAVFACHQ CI ATFP, User/Operator, and Installation/Base Security f Does this project include fencing with physical security requirements? Is appropriate physical security criteria being complied with (type, height, stand-off)? g Any other physical security features in this project? Coordinate with Installation/Base Security and User/Operator (sometimes User/Operator is responsible for sufficient security measures to conduct operations) Does this project include interior access control system (card readers, etc) that are not considered Physical Security Equipment? 37 Electronic Security Systems July 2014 Project Development Document the Cost Associated with Physical Security Requirements Block 9 (Project Cost) of DD 1391 and backup documentation should be utilized to document costs of the PSE requirements. Cost for PSE infrastructure must be included in Block 9 of the DD 1391 under primary facilities (Built-in Equipment). Cost for PSE (Actual Equipment) must be include in block 9 of the DD 1391 under Equipment Under Other Appropriations. Remember: PSE cannot be paid for with Military Construction funds. 38 Electronic Security Systems July 2014

20 Project Development Tools for Establishing Budgets for ESS ESS Budget Estimator: Excel Spreadsheet intended to provide DoD facility planners, cost estimators and designers a unified method of budgeting for Electronic Security Systems for facilities. This tool is intended to be used for budget estimating only and work within OSD and DD 1391 guidelines. Tool will output budget cost for ESS equipment and the associated infrastructure. Gate Automation Equipment Estimator: Excel Spreadsheet intended to provide DoD facility planners, cost estimators and designers a unified method of budgeting for Gate Automation equipment only. This tool does not provide infrastructure costs. 39 Electronic Security Systems July 2014 ESS Budget Estimator 40 Electronic Security Systems July 2014

21 ESS Budget Estimator 41 Electronic Security Systems July 2014 ESS Budget Estimator (Output) 42 Electronic Security Systems July 2014

22 Gate Automation Equipment Estimator 43 Electronic Security Systems July 2014 RFP/Design Development Physical Security Equipment (PSE) for Navy Military Construction (MCON/MCNR) Projects: Include PSE and associated infrastructure into the MILCON construction contracts. PSE must be identified as a contract option and paid for with OP or O&M funds. Coordinate requirements and funding with ATFP Ashore Program. Provide Cost Estimates with PSE identified as a separate cost item (Contract Option). 44 Electronic Security Systems July 2014

23 Program Roles and Responsibilities NAVFAC HQ Program Oversight Prioritization with Commander Fleet Forces Command (CFFC) and Commander Naval Installations (CNI)/Annual Planning Funding and Requirement Validation for IDS Funding management Execution Plan/Budgeting 45 Electronic Security Systems July 2014 Program Roles and Responsibilities (Cont.) FEC Project Team: Planning/DD1391 Development Coordinate with supported command to establish requirement for ESS/PSE (Program Manager to validate requirement and funding) Program for ESS/PSE infrastructure Include the appropriate OP or O&M cost Determine appropriate fund source and procurement strategy for ESS/PSE NAVFAC ATFP Ashore or Supported Command Option to contract Follow on contract 46 Electronic Security Systems July 2014

24 Program Roles and Responsibilities (Cont.) FEC Project Team (cont.) Project design Validate planning criteria Coordinate with supported command, security POC to refine ESS/PSE requirements. Include ESS/PSE infrastructure to support equipment For Navy MCON: Include ESS/PSE procurement, installation, testing and training as an option to the contract. 47 Electronic Security Systems July 2014 Program Roles and Responsibilities (Cont.) FEC Project Team (cont.) Construction oversight Coordinating required ESS/PSE infrastructure prior to equipment installation Coordinate site surveys by Site Security Manager when required for SCIF, TS, or SAPF spaces Coordinate site surveys for ESS/PSE contractor when separate from prime contract Coordinate procurement Testing and evaluation Training 48 Electronic Security Systems July 2014

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