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Software Security: Building Security In

- McGraw goes into detail not only about writing secure code but also about key related areas, which he terms “the seven touchpoints of software security.”

Risk Analysis and the Security Survey, Third Edition

- Security and risk management are explained and tied together elegantly.

How to Become a Dangerous Expert Witness: Advanced Techniques and Strategies

- When it comes to serving as an expert witness though, the “dangerous” security professional is a huge asset, able to swing million-dollar judgments and carve out a lucrative niche.

Bodyguard Principles: Protection and Operational Planning

- Bodyguard Principles stresses how security and investigation are synergistic. Each chapter emphasizes the rationale behind, and the importance of, training.

Bioterrorism: A Guide for Facility Managers

- A superb primer on protecting buildings from biological and chemical terrorism.

America, Wake Up! Terror Prevention Steps We Must Take Now

- Topics include granting police powers to private security officers.

Why? By Charles Tilly

- From the ancient philosophers to today’s bloggers, men and women have asked, “Why?” This book asks that same momentous question, but not toward the end of philosophical or religious understanding.

Introduction to Private Investigation: Essential Knowledge and Procedures for the Private Investigator

- California private investigator Joseph A. Travers has written a primer on the basics of private investigation for those hoping to enter this often-lucrative profession.

Intelligence Support Systems: Technologies for Lawful Intercepts

- Intelligence Support Systems avoids most of the policy debate on wiretaps, otherwise known as legal intercepts, instead focusing on technological, administrative, managerial, legal, and logistical aspects.

Imperial Grunts: The American Military On the Ground

- Kaplan explores the parallels between the global war on terrorism (GWOT) and the U.S. Army’s efforts to pacify the Native American population during the second half of the 19th century.

9/11 and the Future of Transportation Security

- Why did 9-11 occur? R. William Johnstone attempts to answer this question in this critical study of U.S. transportation security.

Secure and Tranquil Travel's Preventing Crime and Disorder on Public Transport

- A well-blended approach to combating chronic security challenges in public transportation.

Tourism, Security & Safety: From Theory to Practice

- Industry leader reviews top text on tourism security.
 




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