By Bruce Oliver Newsome
A sensible creation to safety and chance Management is the 1st booklet to introduce the complete spectrum of protection and dangers and their administration. writer and box professional Bruce Newsome is helping readers find out how to comprehend, research, investigate, keep watch over, and customarily deal with safeguard and hazards from the non-public to the operational. they're going to improve the sensible wisdom and abilities they wish, together with analytical talents, uncomplicated mathematical equipment for calculating possibility in numerous methods, and extra inventive abilities in making judgments and judgements approximately which dangers to regulate and the way to manage them.
equipped into sixteen short chapters, the e-book indicates readers easy methods to: examine defense and threat; establish the resources of threat (including dangers, threats, and contributors); learn publicity and vulnerability; check uncertainty and chance; strengthen an organization’s tradition, constitution, and techniques congruent with greater defense and probability administration; decide on various innovations for dealing with hazards; speak and evaluate; and deal with defense within the key domain names of operations, logistics, actual websites, details, communications, our on-line world, shipping, and private degrees.
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Recording, Communicating, Assuring, and Auditing Part III: Managing Security in Different Domains Chapter 12. Operational and Logistical Security Chapter 13. Physical (Site) Security Chapter 14. Information, Communications, and Cyber Security Chapter 15. Transport Security Chapter 16. Personal Security References Index Detailed Contents About the Author Part I: Analyzing and Assessing Security and Risks Chapter 1. Introduction: Why Security and Risk Management Matters What is this book about? Private Requirements for Security and Risk Management Public Attention to Risk Requirements for Better Management Official Standardization Benefits of Good Management This Book Chapter 2.
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A Practical Introduction to Security and Risk Management by Bruce Oliver Newsome