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Corporate Security Intelligence and Strategic Decision Making by Justin Crump

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Chapter 4

Operational Drivers for Corporate Security Intelligence

Chapter Objectives

  1. To outline the financial and practical benefits of an intelligence-led approach to security.
  2. To describe how intelligence helps an organization prevent incidents.
  3. To show how intelligence helps drive appropriate protective measures.
  4. To demonstrate the role for intelligence in helping prepare the organization.
  5. To suggest ways in which intelligence can help drive profits, becoming a key business enabler rather than a cost center.

Introduction

Chapter 1 outlined the top-level practical benefits of having a corporate security intelligence function. As a reminder, these were as follows:

  • To better focus finite security resources
  • To inform the alert level status ...

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