The Art and Science of Security by JOEL JESUS M. SUPAN
Practical Security Applications for Team Leaders and Managers

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Businesses, institutions, families, and individuals rely on security measures to keep themselves and their assets safe. In The Art and Science of Security, author Joel Jesus M. Supan provides a practical and effective resource to show how the public can protect themselves against dangers and hazards. He helps leaders understand the real meaning of security—one of their primary responsibilities.

The Art and Science of Security teaches and guides team leaders on how to preserve and protect the team’s resources in order to achieve their objectives. Supan, with more than twenty-five years of experience in the security industry, provides a thorough understanding of the principles and aspects of a wide range of security concerns, including personnel, informational, operational, environmental, physical, and reputational. It discusses the guard system, details how to develop a corporate security program, shows how to conduct a security assessment, and tells how to manage a crisis.

Supan demonstrates that the need for security goes beyond what is generally held to be the domain of guards, law enforcement agencies, and the military. Security is an important facet of every person’s well-being.


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Published July 2, 2012 by Trafford. 316 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Education & Reference, Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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In the next section, the author offers an instructional overview of the various security areas of concern to any business: personnel security, information security, operations security, physical security, environmental security, and reputation security.

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