Introduction to security / Robert J. Fischer, Edward Halibozek, and Gion Green
- Homeland security: what has happened to security since 9/11? -- Origins and development of security -- Defining security's role -- The proprietary security organization -- Career opportunities in loss prevention -- Security education, training, certification, and regulation -- Security and the law -- Risk analysis, security surveys, and insurance -- The outer defeenses: building and perimeter protection -- Interior and exterior security concerns -- The inner defenses: intrusion and access control -- Contingency planning, fire protection, emergency resonse, and safety -- Internal theft controls and personnel issues -- Transportation and cargo security -- Violence and drug use in the workplace -- Retail security -- Terrorism and other tools of destruction -- Computers, information, and information systems security -- Selected security threats of the 21st century -- Security: the future.
- "The eighth edition of Introduction to Security expands the coverage of risks and hazards central to the 21st century environment, including espionage, piracy, and information security challenges." --Book Jacket.
- Description based on surrogate.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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