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Physical Security Guidance in Response to the Situation in Ukraine

Understand how physical security measures may enhance protection against the threat posed by state actors

Last Updated 21 April 2022

The threat that hostile activity by states and state actors poses can take many forms. Whilst many threats relate to advanced cyber capabilities, state actors may also use bugs or close access technical attacks to gather information. They may co-opt others to conduct activities on their behalf.

The following CPNI guidance can help organisations to understand how physical security measures may enhance protection against the threat posed by state actors seeking to conduct malicious activity directly, or through a co-opted employee.

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