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Security Threat – Consider the Extremes

Russell W. Gilmore, CISSP, CISM, EnCE Crisis Management Planning, Product Diversion and Counterfeiting, Product Theft, Security Assessment, Security Planning, Security Policy and Procedure Development, Security Program Development, Security Survey, Security Threat Assessment, Theft


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When we assess the security of our customers, employees, facilities and products, we usually look at the obvious problems. Depending on the environment, we expect what is considered the “normal” security threat. In a retail store environment, we may consider security measures that will keep the customers and employees safe, such as taking measures to keep someone from getting hurt in the store. Maybe we would not keep much cash on hand to deter robberies. We may even secure our products in a way that would prevent theft.

In this video BMW Crashes into Apple Store Steals iPhone 5s, thieves go to extreme measures to get what they want. There is a motivated perpetrator and a desirable object. When planning for security, is the response appropriate for the threat?

 

 

 


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