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Enhancing Human Performance in Security Operations—International and Law Enforcement Perspectives

- Experts from military and law enforcement weigh in on security’s human side.

Challenges in Intelligence Analysis: Lessons Learned from 1300 BCE to the Present

- Challenges in Intelligence Analysis is a fascinating study of the history of intelligence analysis from biblical times to the present.

Advanced Interviewing Techniques, Second Edition

- Advanced Interviewing Techniques is a must-read for law enforcement officers, military personnel, and security professionals.

Mission: Intangible: Managing Risk and Reputation To Create Enterprise Value

- This is one of those “must read” books that forward-looking security professionals will quickly recognize as a “value add.”

Building an Enterprise-Wide Business Continuity Program

- The author explores widely accepted risk management principles and backs them up with real-world experience.

Cyber Attacks: Protecting National Infrastructure

- What sets this effort apart is that it offers a comprehensive list of local enterprise-level suggestions and reme­­dies as well as a plan that is scalable to protect national-level infrastructure.

Rethinking Risk: How Companies Sabotage Themselves and What They Must Do Differently

- The ambitious title of Rethinking Risk is overly broad, to say the least reviewer Ross Johnson says.

Airport and Aviation Security: U.S. Policy and Strategy in the Age of Global Terrorism

- This book is for high-level policy specialists and those in government and media who need to understand the intricacies of air travel safety.

Intelligence-Led Policing

- Author Jerry Ratcliffe has written an accessible work that provides the reader with the theoretical foundation for the concept of ILP.

Casino Security and Gaming Surveillance

- In this new work, coauthors Derk Boss and Alan Zajic combine more than 58 years’ experience protecting gaming and related industries to fill a void in the security literature of this unique sector.

Intangible Capital: Putting Knowledge to Work In the 21st Century Organization

- This text has considerable relevance to both the security and risk management professions and gives readers an appreciation of how they might develop an enterprisewide approach to protecting assets.

Disaster Communications in a Changing Media World

- The authors emphasize the proliferation of “new media” and the advantages and challenges they present when dealing with disaster communications.

How Risky Is It, Really? Why Our Fears Don’t Always Match the Facts

- David Ropeik, author of 2002’s Risk! A Practical Guide for Deciding What’s Really Safe and What’s Really Dangerous in the World Around You, looks more closely at the question posed in the title.
 




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