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Much has been written about the processes and principles of security and crisis management. What is lacking is a resource that explains how to apply these theories and practices to international operations in locations that may be considered threatening or hostile to Americans and Westerners.
Managing Security Overseas
details the risks and threats that loom over international projects and walks the reader through a logical framework for constructing an effective safety and security program in a foreign land. The author supplies those responsible for the protection of people and assets with the fundamental understanding and advanced tools needed to ensure business is conducted safety—regardless of the risk level. Using real-world case studies and examples, this book is an essential reference for anyone responsible for the protection of assets around the world.
Reviewed in Security Management