Watching the Skies over Siemens

Ritchey, Diane
November 2009
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Nov2009, Vol. 46 Issue 11, p104
Trade Publication
An interview with Mark Brunstetter, the corporate security manager of physical security at Siemens Healthcare in Malvern, Pennsylvania, is presented. When asked about how he keeps his more than 22,000 employees safe, he refers to his constant evaluation of the company's physical security and policies. Brunstetter believes that maintaining a strong working relationship with its stakeholders will make them happy.


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