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Running head: INFORMED SECURITY PROFESSIONALS 1 Informed Security Professionals Jessie Lassabe CJS 250 Cathy Arrowsmith, MA, JD, LL, M
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INFORMED SECURITY PROFESSIONALS 2 Informed Security Professionals When it comes to a security professional they should know as many specific details about the target environment that they are assigned. In addition, the security professional should also prepare themselves to meet challenges that may arise in the future as well. If the security professional is only familiar with just one environment then it can and will be a drawback for that person when trying to adapt to a new environment. So how can a security professional become prepared for an assignment? First the security professional should learn everything they can about the current assigned environment. This would include the perimeter, hall ways, access routes, gates, windows, alarms and anything else that may be helpful in thwarting an event. By knowing this information they will know what to do when an event happens, this is why it is so important to know these details. So how can a security professional prepare themselves for challenges that may be encountered?
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This note was uploaded on 01/08/2011 for the course CJS 210 CJS 210 taught by Professor Garner during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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