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Unformatted text preview: with one type of environment can benefit and also hinder a security professional’s ability to proficiently protect a new target area. It is beneficial because prior security experience is always better than no experience at all. A security professional that is entering a new type of security environment can be a drawback for the mere fact that they do not have the experience necessary to protect that particular environment. If they are accompanied by a seasoned security professional that is able to teach them then it does not become a drawback. If the security officer is assigned to a new area, for the first time, without being accompanied with someone that is able to train them then they are left with a major handicap until they have time to learn the area. This is an ineffective way of keeping a target area safe. This is the equivalent of leaving a door open to the back room of a bank in hopes that no one will enter and try to steal money....
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