The 2010 Security 500 Sector Reports

November 2010
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Nov2010, Vol. 47 Issue 11, p26
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The article presents security-related reports in education, business and public administration in the U.S. Organizations in the food defense industry are required to integrate security programs into business units or create separate security operations in the said areas. The Department of Homeland and Security (DHS) has invested in prevention initiatives on terrorism, border security and illegal immigration. The challenges in school security include theft, drug and alcohol abuse, and assaults.


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