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Security Business Practices Reference: volume V.

SECURITY BUSINESS PRACTICES REFERENCE

Volume V

ASIS Council on Business Practices

ASIS International

This volume is a compilation of 66 case studies submitted by security professionals working in various industries. The authors present a specific problem, the response taken to resolve that problem, and the measurable results when the response was implemented. Contact information is given for each author, so you can benefit directly from his or her expertise and learn more about the cited problems or solutions. The content is divided into six topics: emergency planning, investigations, personnel security, physical security, protection of sensitive information, and security management. The topics are broadly defined, and often cases could apply to more than one topic. Security professionals in all aspects of the industry will benefit from this collection of expertise and insight.

104 pp., 2002, SCVR

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