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IS-1173: Levels of Protection (LOP) and Application of the Design-Basis Threat (DBT) Report

Course Date

8/18/2017

Course Overview

This course has been developed by the Interagency Security Committee (ISC) and is being hosted by EMI. All questions or comments about this course should be directed to the following email address: rmp_fsctrng@cisa.dhs.gov.

Levels of Protection (LOP) and Application of The Design-Basis Threat (DBT) Report is the fourth course in the ISC Web-based training series. The purpose of the series is to provide Federal facility security professionals, engineers, building owners, construction contractors, architects, and the general public with basic information pertaining to the ISC and its facility security standards, processes, and practices. The purpose of this course is to provide Federal personnel with responsibilities for security-related policies, programs, projects, and/or operations for their department or agency an overview of the process to determine the appropriate level of protection (LOP) for a federal facility.

Course Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Explain how the Facility Security Level (FSL) determines the baseline Level of Protection (LOP).
  • Explain the risk assessment methodology.
  • Define the five levels of protection identified in the Risk Management Process.
  • Explain how the DBT supports the Risk Management Process.
  • Describe the elements of each undesirable event.
  • Understand levels of protection.
  • Define risk acceptance and the necessary documentation.

Primary Audience

This course is designed for and access is limited to Federal personnel with responsibilities for security-related policies, programs, projects, and/or operations for their department or agency.

Prerequisites

Recommended:

CEUs:

0.1

Course Length:

1.25 hours
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Notices
  • Test questions are scrambled to protect test integrity
 
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