Anthology from the year 2014 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, grade: 70%, University of Portsmouth (Institute of Criminal Justice Studies), course: BSc Security and Risk Management, language: English, abstract: This collection of essays outlines the work of one BSc student in Security and Risk Management from the University of Portsmouth, UK. It provides useful insights towards a better understanding of the topics of security, risk and organised crime. This book will be of particular relevance for BSc students in security and risk management and for security professionals who would like to deepen their academic knowledge. List of essays: What are the main influences on the function of a security manager in the retail and aviation sectors? Is there such a thing as an unified theory of risk and does the academic literature account for such principle adequately? There has been a move away from risk as probability to risk as accountability and liability which place the emphasis upon the individual Business continuity management has evolved as a business function Critically discuss how corporate security management is evolving The introduction of more privatisation into public policing will bring lower standards and risk greater corruption Critically examine the appropriateness of the term 'organised crime'
Matthieu Petrigh is a security contemplative, security professional and independent researcher specialising in security failure, human reliability and insider threats. He is also the Director of the Centre for Security Failures Studies, a specialist research centre formed in 2015 to support organisations in minimising their risk of security failure and sits at the advisory board of Fort Roche, an Anglo-French security company with particular expertise in hotel and corporate security risk management and the protection of private clients in London, Paris and further afield where he oversees the group research & development, technology integration, operations and security consulting projects.
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