Chapter 3. Security risk measurements and security programs
Risk … risk is our business. That's what this starship is all about. That's why we're aboard her. — Captain James T. Kirk
“Return to Tomorrow,” Star Trek, Stardate 4768.3
The breadth of threats in the modern world of security can seem daunting. On a high level, these range from the relatively mundane like “theft” to the more esoteric variety such as chemical, biological, and radiological weapons. If one considers all the variations of each threat, in addition to differences associated with venue, facility type, etc., there are potentially an infinite number of threat scenarios. What are the implications of this to a modern security program, and more specifically, how do ...