The motivation for security reviews and assessments is changing and, consequently, the nature of security assessments is changing. The practice of risk analysis is relatively less developed in the field of homeland security than in other areas. Although there are numerous reasons that account for this, two primary reasons are:
- The dynamic nature of terrorism and the ability of terrorists to successfully adapt to countermeasures.
- The lack of a database on terrorist attacks, which necessitates reliance on intelligence and terrorist experts for probabilistic assessments on different types of terrorist attacks against critical assets or regions.
Consider your readings so far and answer the following questions:
- How would you resolve a security issue in a situation where the need for security is great but the available funds are limited?
- What are the benefits if personnel in security management develop skills as educators for their organization’s security? Analyze and explain your point of view.
- Why are security programs relevant? What is the single most important asset of a security program?
- What could be the primary target of a potential terrorist in the United States? If you are asked to provide the risk and compliance manager one suggestion to secure the target, what would it be and why?
Your answers should be written in a 3–5-page Microsoft Word document. Use a minimum of three scholarly resources from the Argosy University online library for reference. Use APA in-text citations to cite the sources.
- Posted: 4 years ago
- Due: 17/02/2016
- Budget: $12