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Risk Management & Security Posture

Ideally, an organization’s security posture will appropriately protect all of their assets with as little encumbrance to the business as possible. This objective is easier discussed than accomplished. Determining the appropriate and adequate security posture and the acceptable or allowable impact to commerce for an organization should be done only after a careful review and
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Supply Chain Security

According to Louis Tyska, CPP in Lawrence J. Fennelly’s Handbook of Loss Prevention and Crime Prevention, Third Edition, “finished goods, componentry, and raw materials are most attractive and vulnerable to theft or misappropriation when in storage, in inventory or in transit.” Unfortunately, these are precisely the points in time during the supply chain life cycle
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Active Shooter Prevention and Planning

With the increased frequency of workplace violence and specifically active shooter incidents, it is extremely important that organizations take the steps necessary to prevent, as well as plan for, such incidents. While there is no federal law explicitly pertaining to workplace violence, the Federal OSHA Act requires employers to comply with safety and health standards
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Corporate Security 101

The role of Security within an organization (business entity or otherwise) took on new meaning as a result of the tragic events of September 11, 2001. Since that time, and as a result of ongoing risks to organizations, both internal and external, the concept of “Corporate Security” has shifted from a “nice to have” service
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