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The following are noteworthy recently published books on various aspects of homeland security.
Reviewed by IACSP writer Dr. Joshua Sinai - View Bio

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Global Security Consulting: How To Build A Thriving International Practice
Release Date: 12/01/2014
Written By: Luke Bencie
Publisher: Mountain Lake Press
Page Count: 280
Our Rating:
This Is A Comprehensive "how-to" Guide For Establishing A Successful Security Consulting Business From The Ground Up - Everything From Procuring Business Cards And Office Supplies To Landing Clients And Even Conducting Sensitive Business Dealings Overseas. As Described By Michael J. Sulick In His Foreword, "The Topics Represent Not A Mere Checklist Of Requirements For The Fledgling Global Security Consultant. They Include Practical Do's And Don'ts Often Drawn From Luke's Own Business Encounters ...
 
Emergency Preparedness For Business Professionals: How To Mitigate And Respond To Attacks Against Your Organization
Release Date: 04/21/2015
Written By: Bradley A. Wayland
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann
Page Count: 264
Our Rating:
A Comprehensive Practitioner-oriented Handbook On Developing And Implementing A Comprehensive Emergency Response Program To Prepare For, And Thereby Mitigate, Possible Attacks Against One's Organization Or Company. The Volume's Chapters Cover Topics Such As The Components Of Risk Assessment And Emergency Response Planning, Including Applying A Risk Assessment Matrix For These Purposes; The Types Of Emergency Incidents Likely To Threaten An Organization Or Company, Such As Terrorism, Active ...
 
Business Continuity From Preparedness To Recovery
Release Date: 01/27/2015
Written By: Eugene Tucker
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann
Page Count: 324
Our Rating:
This Is A Comprehensive And Detailed Practitioner-based Handbook On Planning And Managing Business Continuity For Organizations And Companies From Emergency Planning To Address Potential Disasters To Recovery From Such Crises. The Volume's Chapters Cover Topics Such As Defining Business Continuity; The History Of Major Crises That Have Required Business Continuity Planning In Place Such As The Y2K Millennium Bug And Al Qaeda's 9/11 Attacks; Understanding The Government And Industry Standards And ...
 
Keeping Religious Institutions Secure
Release Date: 04/21/2015
Written By: Jennie-Leigh McLamb
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann
Page Count: 210
Our Rating:
With Religious Institutions Under Increasing Threat By Terrorists And Active Shooters, This Volume Provides Highly Useful Information On Security Principles And Best Practices For Protecting Such Soft Targets Against Such Threats. The Chapters Cover Topics Such As An Overview Of Violent Threats Against Religious Institutions; Understanding Components Of Security Such As The Disaster/crisis/and Incident Management Cycle; Conducting Risk Assessments; Tailoring Countermeasures To Protect Such ...
 
Data Mining And Predictive Analysis: Intelligence Gathering And Crime Analysis [Second Edition]
Release Date: 01/08/2015
Written By: Colleen McCue
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann
Page Count: 422
Our Rating:
Predicting The Likelihood Of Future Terrorist Attacks, Their Frequency, The Types Of Weapons Used, Targeting Locations, And Timing Of Incidents Is One Of The Greatest Challenges In Counterterrorism Analysis. This Textbook Presents A Comprehensive Overview Of The Field Of Predictive Analysis As It Is Primarily Applied To Crime Analysis, Where It Is An Established Law Enforcement Intelligence Practice With Great Success Over The Years In Identifying Crucial Trends And Patterns That Have ...
 

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