In the present environment, where global terrorism is seen as the biggest threat and surveillance agencies of developed countries try to subvert the control of local authorities across the world, security on telecom assets needs as there are two parts of a telecom network: a passive part and the active or electronics and fibre optics part. If surveillance has to be controlled, clarity on the security protocol followed at the passive infrastructure level is extremely important. Passive infrastructure is basically the physical infrastructure concerned with the provision of power supply required to house various electronics and radio equipment. Comprehensive guidelines for security and protection to the Telecom sector are covered with situation analysis, threat assessments, guarding, surveillance, access control, entrance and exit monitoring, alarm monitoring, perimeter patrolling and equipment abuse protection.
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