Security's Role in Corporate Social Responsibility

Kane, Greg
March 2011
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Mar2011, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p54
Trade Publication
The article offers insights on what are the roles of security in corporate social responsibility (CSR). It mentions that CSR help create positive social and environmental impacts and shows commitment to both stakeholders and the community. Tips on how to get a CSR program are also provided, which include performing assessment, defining objectives, and developing strategy.


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