Loss Forecasting and ROI

Groussman, Jon D.
May 2008
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;May2008, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p62
Trade Publication
The article discusses the trend in the crime and loss forecasting industry. Chief security and law enforcement officers use more sophisticated crime and loss forecasting tool today. The new tools can easily pin points to a specific location of the incident. Crime and lose forecasting enables companies to predict the chances and type of crime they might confront them to develop strategic plans to reduce losses and mitigate risks.


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