How to Be Your Company's Security Director: A Quick Reference Business Resource of Major Corporate Security Issues and Protection Strategies for Management Professionals

Overview

The intent of this book is to give a working business professional a realistic review of security issues that a business may have to deal with on an everyday basis. This presentation endeavors to outline security remedies and options on a level most useful for the average business professional. In many businesses, security management is assigned to administrative personnel not familiar with protection topics. This book will give those individuals a working knowledge of security issues and practices. It can be ...
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Overview

The intent of this book is to give a working business professional a realistic review of security issues that a business may have to deal with on an everyday basis. This presentation endeavors to outline security remedies and options on a level most useful for the average business professional. In many businesses, security management is assigned to administrative personnel not familiar with protection topics. This book will give those individuals a working knowledge of security issues and practices. It can be used as an informed starting point with which to deal with a security situation completely, or at best, give some general knowledge of the field if security professionals have to be called. The author shows how the best absolute security remedy will often not be the best overall action for the company, and that a combination of steps may have to be taken in order to address the problem.
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Gives working business professionals a realistic review of security issues that might come up on a regular basis. The author outlines remedies and options, emphasizing that the best methods are the simplest. He shows how a combination of methods rather than the one best absolute remedy will be often of most benefit to the company. Plastic-comb spiral binding. No index. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknew.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780398069377
  • Publisher: Thomas, Charles C. Publisher, Ltd.
  • Publication date: 3/28/1999
  • Format: Spiral Bound
  • Pages: 138

Table of Contents

Preface
1 Bomb Threats and Actions
2 Business Travel Protection
3 Cargo and Shipping Theft
4 Contract Security Officers
5 Customer Service and Expectations
6 Domestic Violence
7 Emergency Planning
8 Executive Protection
9 Facility Security Assessment
10 Fraud
11 Investigations
12 International Security
13 Kidnap and Ransom Insurance
14 Office Thefts
15 Personal Protection Planning
16 Police Liaison
17 Preemployment Background Investigation
18 Preparing Company Case for Court
19 Retail Security and Loss Prevention
20 Robbery Potential and Prevention
21 Security Liability and Reporting
22 Security System Purchase
23 Security Contract Bid Specifications
24 Use of Nonemployee Service Contractors
25 Workplace Violence
26 Worksite Weapons-Armed Personnel
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