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Security Officers and Policing: Powers, Culture, and Control in the Governance of Private Space

- Examine the differences between the powers enjoyed by police officers and those available to private security guards under British law and how well guards themselves understand those differences.

Securing Global Transportation Networks: A Total Security Management Approach

- What is "total security management?" Simply put: Secure all aspects of your operation, ensure your suppliers do the same, and plan for problems.

Forensic Accounting and Fraud Investigation for Non-Experts, Second Edition

- Forensic Accounting and Fraud Investigation for Non-Experts offers an effective primer on how financial fraud occurs, demonstrating the critical need for accounting controls.

Spy Handler: Memoir of a KGB Officer

- Cherkashin served as chief counterintelligence officer at the Soviet embassy in Washington, D.C., where he handled notorious spies Aldrich Ames and Robert Hanssen.

Voices of Terror: Manifestos, Writings and Manuals of Al Qaeda, Hamas, and Other Terrorists from Around the World and Throughout

- Voices of Terror allows a peek into the emotions, principles, and rhetoric that often accompany tyranny, revolution, guerilla warfare, and terrorism.

The Grey House Transportation Security Directory & Handbook.

- Transportation companies must weave their way through complex security requirements and a baffling array of resources. This directory does readers a service by pulling together many of these requirements and resources.

Cyber Threat Levels Response Handbook

- In the information systems sphere, this book can help. It is a highly effective handbook designed for both public and private organizations and all levels of law enforcement. It gives guidance on how they should modify their respective security postures to meet a declared alert condition.

Electronic Recording of Interrogations

- On the other hand, private security professionals can learn a lot from this text, especially if they are responsible for investigating embezzlement, fraud, threats, or violence. It can help them interview victims and witnesses and interrogate suspects.

Defend I.T.: Security by Example

- The authors do, however, assume a basic level of network and security understanding. The case studies show what system and network administrators can do to protect their networks from the most common attacks.

Corporate Fraud: Case Studies in Detection and Prevention

- Corporate Fraud provides a clear window into that world. Author John D. O’Gara was the director of internal audit at a Fortune 500 company and has more than 30 years’ experience in the field. He has written a book that will serve both as a training manual for fraud investigators and a guide for security professionals interested in learning more about this field.

The Red Balloon

- It covers commonsense issues such as locking up papers, using shredders, and identifying potential adversaries. Other information might be news even to security professionals. For example, Taylor explains that many spying devices are not illegal to own but are illegal to use.

The Personal Travel Safety Manual: Security for Business People Traveling Overseas

- Corporate security personnel and security consultants will find useful and interesting material throughout. An entire section discusses corporate responsibility and liability for traveling staff. Barnes advises that organizations form a crisis management team and plan for how they would deal with a crisis
 




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