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3. A ____ is designed to separate a nonsecured area from a secured area. (Points : 2) lockout mantrap closet pit
A mantrap is designed to separate a nonsecured area from a secured area. Mantraps are most often used in physical security to separate non-secure areas from secure areas.
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User: 3. A ____ is designed to separate a nonsecured area from a secured area. (Points : 2) lockout mantrap closet pit

Weegy: A mantrap is designed to separate a nonsecured area from a secured area. Mantraps are most often used in physical security to separate non-secure areas from secure areas.
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User: 5. Using video cameras to transmit a signal to a specific and limited set of receivers is called ____. (Points : 2) CCTV ICTV IPTV ITV

Weegy: Using video cameras to transmit a signal to a specific and limited set of receivers is called CCTV.
Expert answered|agay18|Points 40|

User: 6. Cipher locks are the same as combination padlocks. (Points : 2) True False

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