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Security Audit Secrets

- Using a simplified version of one of Six Sigma’s two project methodologies combined with its audit tools can generate outstanding results.

Security Management for Sports and Special Events

- The book is thoughtfully organized and well-written, with pertinent historical examples. It also discusses current best practices, including useful technology.

Miracles and Wonder, Past and Present

- As we incorporate the best of technology with next month’s fully digital edition, which will be replete with multimedia maps, charts, video, and audio interactivity, we’ll still deliver the same high-quality information you expect.

Is It Foolish to Fool Yourself?

- Fooling yourself, which sounds like a road to disaster, may be the key to becoming a truly innovative leader.

Contemporary Security Management, Third Edition

- The book is highly recommended as a textbook and reference that will be useful for some time.

Happy Holidays and Top Stories From 2011

- Security Management Online will be on holiday hiatus and will not be posting new content until the New Year. Please accept our best wishes for the holidays and the New Year. Click through to see what stories were most popular during 2011.

Managing

- Security managers can use a project management approach to develop effective, enforceable policies.

Morning Security Brief: Arrest Records, Maritime Cybersecurity, Maricopa County Immigration, and More

- A new study says a third of Americans have been arrested. The EU issues its first report on maritime cybersecurity. DHS takes over immigration duties from Maricopa County. And more.

Effective Security Management

- This well-structured book can be used as a security professional’s template for setting up and organizing effective security operations in virtually any setting.

Book Review: Managing Security Overseas

- The book is aimed at entry-level security personnel or those with little or no experience in the international arena of unstable or volatile countries.

Book Review - Private Security in the 21st Century: Concepts and Applications

- This work is something of a paradox. It has some very impressive strengths but these are accompanied by glaring deficiencies, says reviewer Chris Hertig.

Managing Security Overseas: Protecting Employees and Assets in Volatile Regions

- The book is aimed at entry-level security personnel or those with little or no experience in the international arena of unstable or volatile countries.

Is Your Security In Fine Whack?

- Sometimes the power of language is in how easily it can mislead us.
 




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