25 Most Influential 26th Bonus: Metrics Win Goes to the Dog

Zalud, Bill
December 2006
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Dec2006, Vol. 43 Issue 12, p82
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the impact of McGruff the Crime Dog, a cartoon bloodhound created for the National Crime Prevention Council for building crime prevention awareness among the children, in the area of security management. Several business enterprises and their security departments working with McGruff since its invention. Currently the dog is dealing with issues like cyberbullying, youth violence prevention, school safety, and Internet safety. INSET: Most Vulnerable Make Strongest Business Case for Security.


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