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A security department’s guard force or uniformed security officer program is frequently one of the priciest line items in the function’s budget. For that reason, it’s also one of the programs most frequently targeted in budget reductions.
When senior management asks you to explain how well the Security function operates, how it delivers value, or how it measures up, do you have data to back up your answer? If not, the SEC has 5 free abbreviated assessments that can start you on the path to measured success.
Security and safety awareness practices should be part of any travel, but safe international travel demands special preparation.
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