The Role Security Plays in Protecting an Organization’s Assets Security plays a major role in protecting an organization’s assets. And to fully appreciate and understand this role, it becomes necessary to examine the security director’s professional responsibilities, the importance of internal and external relationships to the fulfillment of the security department's mission, and the broad spectrum of activities in which security operatives involve themselves to protect an organization's assets. Security Director’s Professional Responsibilities One way to appreciate and understand the role security management plays in protecting an organization’s assets is to examine the professional responsibilities of the security director. Along these...The end:
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