Introduction to security and loss control

  • 398 Pages
  • 2.56 MB
  • English
Prentice Hall , Englewood Cliffs, N.J
Industries -- Security measures -- United States., Industrial safety -- United States., Loss control -- United St


United St

StatementNorman R. Bottom, Jr., John I. Kostanoski.
ContributionsKostanoski, John I.
LC ClassificationsHV8291.U6 B68 1990
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 398 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2206132M
ISBN 100134714180
LC Control Number89028198

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INTRODUCTION. Purpose of this Handbook. Operations security (OPSEC) is a vital component in developing protection mechanisms to safeguard sensitive information and preserve essential secrecy. To develop an effective operations security program, the organization's OPSEC officer must understand the range of threats that confront his activity.

authentication procedures. Security-related information can enable unauthorized individuals to access important files and programs, thus compromising the security of the system. Examples of important information are passwords, access control files and keys, personnel information, and encryption algorithms.

No one on the internet is immune. Learning Objectives. Upon completion of this material, you should be. able to: • Define risk management and its role in an organization.

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• Use risk management techniques to identify and prioritize risk factors for information assets. • Asses risk based on the likelihood of adverse events and the effect on information assets when events occur.

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