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13.02-102
Section 7:
ALARM SIGNAL
COMMUNICATIONS
7.1  Criticality of Communications in System Integrity.  Electronic
intrusion detection is accomplished by employing sensors of various types
as discussed in Section 4 of this design manual and communicating the
information to the security organization for definitive response.  IDS
communications serve to take sensor detection data and present it in
human-readable form to permit assessment and resolution of factors that
caused the detection.  The penetration or disruption of communication
during this phase of the alarm sequence is critical because the occurrence
will not appear to the monitoring personnel as an alarm.  Integrity of the
system is obviated in the event of data communications failure.





 


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