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Corporate Security Intelligence and Strategic Decision Making by Justin Crump

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Chapter 3

Legal Drivers for Corporate Security Intelligence

All employers have a general duty to provide their employees with “a workplace free from recognized hazards likely to cause death or serious physical harm.”
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Chapter Objectives

  1. To understand that both push (why you must) and pull (why you should) factors drive the requirement for corporate security intelligence.
  2. To outline the main legislative and ethical imperatives that apply to corporate intelligence and risk management.
  3. To illustrate how these imperatives apply in different jurisdictions (with special focus on the United States, UK, and Europe).

Introduction

Chapter 1 outlined some of the benefits of corporate security intelligence as a function, and why more and more organizations ...

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