The concept of an investigation in the workplace is often something most managers would choose to avoid; if only for the fact that it is perceived to be a disruptive intrusion which takes the focus off the primary business functions. If handled by an apt and experienced investigator, however, both the process and the result can serve to better protect the organization and make it a safer, more comfortable and more productive environment for all.
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Many of the issues analysts confront when evaluating source reliability are comparable to the issues facing security directors, risk managers, and HR professionals when they conduct due diligence as part of their daily activity. Companies should therefore consider some of these key elements when conducting their due diligence assessments and evaluating source reliability.
Understanding human behavior and the variables that drive people to approach a protected individual are important components of a true executive security program.
Travel today is increasingly more dangerous. Yet the expanding global economy means that travel is necessary for individuals whether on personal or business trips. Explore 6 security intelligence gathering techniques to minimize your chances of being victimized or inconvenienced prior to your next excursion.
(As published in the Spring 2017 issue of Security Director magazine)
Bioterrorism can be greatly thwarted through the implementation of institutional biosecurity programs that prevent the acquisition of pathogens. Learn more about the security tools needed to build a robust and resilient biosecurity program.