Security: A Management Perspective
This book presents an overview of the security opportunities and management operations and discusses integrating security as part of the overall business operation. Burstein offers advice to security and business managers on integrating security into the business operation. He also provides hands-on information for developing proposals to justify the need to enhance security in the organization.
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THE SECURITY ORGANIZATION
A SAMPLE CONTRACT FOR SECURITY SERVICES
SECURITY DEPARTMENT MANAGEMENT
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