At the Start of Private Security, Evolution is Evident

Zalud, Bill
July 2008
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Jul2008, Vol. 45 Issue 7, p70
Trade Publication
The article explores how security at industrial and manufacturing facilities has evolved in the U.S. According to Terry Vannarsdale of Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc., the security mission in organizations is one of protection, deterrence and investigation of policy violations. In today's environment, Vannarsdale has observed that security mission goes beyond the physical security arena because there are also concerns focusing on information and data security. INSETS: Officer Tools on Industrial Tours;U.S Manufacturers Now Depand on Exports.


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