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The New Digital Age: Reshaping the Future of People, Nations and Business

- Amid the sea of information technology and computer books destined to line the shelves of security professionals, this one is uniquely crafted to aid truly long-term planning.

Foundations of Psychological Profiling: Terrorism, Espionage, and Deception

- The disclosures this past year of the National Security Agency’s massive data mining of telephone calls and Internet activity of individuals is yet another example of the “hot” nature of the issue of profiling.

Eavesdropping Surveillance & Espionage: Threats, Techniques & Counter-Measures

- The overarching message of Eavesdropping Surveillance & Espionage is that security professionals must “grasp the serious nature of these threats and understand available counter-measures.”

Countering Fraud

- All companies are affected by fraud. It’s a disease that can cripple or even collapse a company no matter its size.

Emergency Planning Guide for Utilities

- A toolbox book, Emergency Planning Guide for Utilities is a practical, detailed, and sequential guide to building and testing emergency response plans.

Security and Loss Prevention: An Introduction, Sixth Edition

- In addition to its foundation of wide-ranging loss prevention subjects, the book now includes more topics related to the quickly moving field of information technology.

Organizational Resilience: Managing the Risks of Disruptive Events, A Practitioners Guide

- Using this book as a guide, any security manager can understand the standard for security preparedness and continuity in crisis planning, then put it back into effect.

21st Century Security and CPTED: Designing for Critical Infrastructure Protection and Crime Prevention, Second Edition.

- Atlas, known in security circles as a consummate professional, has done an outstanding job in creating this second edition, which has twice as much material as the original edition.

Enabling Comprehensive Situational Awareness

- This emergency management reference book focuses on the value of transforming a Geographic Information System (GIS) into a tool that will allow event managers to better coordinate response efforts.

The Complete Guide to Physical Security

- This book would be a great reference for shift supervisors and junior security managers and is a good introduction to physical security concepts.

Effective Physical Security, Fourth Edition

- Traditional areas and issues of physical security are addressed, such as defensible space and crime prevention through environmental design.

Antiterrorism and Threat Response: Planning and Implementation

- Ross Johnson draws on his background to provide an excellent detailed guide for those who are responsible for preventing and responding to acts of terrorism in the corporate sector.

Emergency Evacuation Planning for Your Workplace

- Burtles provides details on how to deliver effective evacuation solutions for people of varying ages, health conditions, and special needs.
 




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