Real Training for Real Life

Stroberger, Michael
January 2007
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Jan2007, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p52
Trade Publication
The article discusses training as the most fundamental fact in the electronic security industry. It explains that training specifics are mandated by law and in some cases, common sense prevails. However, some basic theories must be taken into account, if the process is to be effective, efficient and thorough. There should be proper identification of mandated aspect of the training program based on the prevailing law and familiarity with the industry standards should be pursued vigorously.


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