The Time for Urgency Is Now

August 2003
Fairfield County Business Journal;8/4/2003, Vol. 42 Issue 31, pS6
Focuses on the importance of security systems in business enterprises in the U.S. Effort of the companies in minimizing their investment in wages. training and employee screening; Appointment of security officers and purchase of technological equipment; Impact of the September 11 terrorists attack on the need to improve the security system.


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