Think Local and Global, Too

Zalud, Bill
January 2010
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Jan2010, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p20
Trade Publication
The article focuses on strategic planning for security systems of various sectors for the protection of global enterprises like Microsoft Corp. It emphasizes that strategic planning makes a better level of protection for the people in terms of security. Brian Tuskan of Microsoft Global Security says that localization and regionalization are essential for strategic consistency to manage security anywhere. It also features the Pacific Beacon facility which is said to offer unique security.


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