Businesses face growing terror, cyber and insider threats on many fronts, but they are hamstrung by limited budgets that make choosing how and when to defend themselves more and more difficult. This rising cluster of threats demands substantial financial resources to protect people and assets. Recent domestic attacks in Pittsburg, Parkland, Orlando, San Bernardino and more show a disturbing speed of self-radicalization necessitating even more intensive security.
Homeland Security Chair Mark Maier explains how business can take the lead in addressing threats to their own specific assets. Download “Prioritizing and Protecting Against Threats from Terrorism, Cyberattacks and Insiders” to learn a three-pronged approach to help organizations deploy their resources against threats.
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