Going Global

Ritchey, Diane
January 2011
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Jan2011, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p16
Trade Publication
The article provides the views of several executives in the security system industry in the U.S. about ways on how to secure the global enterprise. According to Jonathan Tetzlaff of Merck & Co., the combination of risk analysis, pro-active risk management and the employment of commonsense security precautions can help reduce the risk of security incidents. Moreover, it features Scott Hewitt of Security for Ferguson Enterprises and Kevin A. Elliott of Toyota Motor Manufacturing Texas Inc.


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