Responsibilities of Personal Protection Paper SEC 420

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Responsibilities of Personal Protection 1 Responsibilities of Personal Protection Paper SEC/420 August 14, 2011 Responsibilities of Personal Protection
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Responsibilities of Personal Protection 2 Security and personal protection has evolved into big business, and the security industry has provided protection to individuals and organizations where a value is placed on assets, people and property. The authors of The Evolution of Asset Protection and Security states that “Security” implies protection: safety from attack, espionage, or sabotage. It means being able to live, work, or play free from harm in a stable environment. Organizations must take measures to minimize disruption. These measures are dependent on a variety of factors, such as threat probability, criticality, culture of the organization, financial resources available, and so on. The measures taken have changed through “the march of time” (Christman, Hertig, Purpura, & Segraves, 2003 p.20). Evolution of Security and Personal Protection Reflections of security in the early ages brings to mind guards at entrance gates, vaults, locks, doors, and walls as barriers to protect assets, property, and people. In the days of King Solomon the secrets and architectural designs of the temples were kept behind doors guarded by soldiers willing to give their lives warding off intruders. During the days of the Wild West, safes, vaults, and locks, and guards were used to protect people and assets traveling across country on stage coaches and railroads. Security Company’s like Pinkerton, American District Telegraph (ADT) and Brinks began in the 1800’s starting with what can now be considered a bare bones
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This note was uploaded on 09/09/2011 for the course SEC 420 taught by Professor Norma during the Fall '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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