By the looks of it, bolstering the operational security of vulnerable physical assets, locations, and people has slipped off the radar of most corporate Boards and C-level executives, replaced by a laser focus on cyber security. But the relative underinvestment in physical security has its costs. After all, assets, be they physical or human, remain incredibly vulnerable to common security risks: terrorist attacks, workplace threats, violence, theft, counterfeiting, sabotage, trespassing, activist disruption, vandalism, and contamination.
And, of course, those risks aren’t going way. Instead, they’ll continue to ripen into full-blown security incidents that cause staggering levels of material damage across all sectors of the economy.
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