34 SECURITY SUPERVISION AND MANAGEMENT
Here then were a few key terms and concepts to consider while moving forward with
professional development within the security industry. While no one organization could
possibly provide all the information necessary to cover every aspect of the security indus-
try, it is certainly possible for the dedicated individuals to continually strive to broaden
their knowledge. This disciple of training creates a foundation from which to continuously
improve as an individual professional and a culture for the individual’s security department
and program. The threats countered by an effective program are continuously changing,
adapting, and improving. The adversary is not a static concept, so why then would a secu-
rity professional think that their knowledge should be otherwise?
Questions
1. provide the foundation for sharing written and spoken ideas.
2. Terms like ,
, , and rapport define the
conduct of a security
professional.
3. Security professionals must learn about organizations, their functional segments, and
how they .
4.
of the organization permits the security professional to better mesh with
other business professionals.
5. Governments obtain funds through the taxation of a population and businesses earn
funds through
.
6. A good or service is provided in exchange for .
7. Events and decisions within an organization affect and groups.
8. might include materials, personnel with specific capabilities, and
finances.
9. When managers staff their operations they recruit, select, train, discipline, and
employees.
10. Managers may depend on others to complete specific tasks they are ultimately
responsible for the overall performance of the or .

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