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Using Security Management: Rely on Security Consulting Services to Identify your Company's Unique Needs

Using Security Management: Rely on Security Consulting Services to Identify your Company's Unique Needs

Security management is, in fact, a broad range of management activities that are related to physical security, personnel safety and asset management functions. It involves the identification of a particular company's information and fixed assets, as well as the development and implementation of security standards and procedural guidelines.

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Security Risk Assessments - Cutting Your Losses

Security Risk Assessments - Cutting Your Losses

Turning a profit with your business can be, at times, exceedingly difficult. Between trying to outperform your competition and paying your employees, it's often a struggle to stay ahead. The last thing any business needs is exposure to additional loss through poor security. Security risk assessments are an important tool businesses can use to ensure they are not losing money to theft or fraud.

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Satisfaction Rating of Guard Companies

Satisfaction Rating of Guard Companies

In an independent survey published in the “Security Director’s Report,” companies were asked to rate their satisfaction of their current security guard provider.  Listed below are the results of that survey.

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Tips for Hiring Contract Security Companies

Tips for Hiring Contract Security Companies

We often hear the term “rent-a-cop” and with that phrase usually comes, “all guard   companies are alike.” Both these terms and phrases are wrong.  In today’s sophisticated business community, many contract security companies have made significant improvements in both their hiring and selection process, and their security officer training.

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Identity Theft - Is Your Identity at Risk On The Internet?

Identity Theft - Is Your Identity at Risk On The Internet?

Identity Theft has become an epidemic in the United States, Canada, the UK and Japan. In the United States, identity theft complaints to the Federal Trade Commission have increased over 320% in the last few years, from 31,117 in 2000 to 10,000,00 in 2005.

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