The shortfalls of security expectations

Did you forget your work ID? Do you know which guard will let you in without it? Are you able to circumvent the “official” policy in lieu of an easier practice? Harmless? Maybe. How does the guard know you weren’t just fired? What other policies are infrequently enforced? Protective expectations require frequent attention and inspection. If not, they become like a spare tire gone flat in the trunk of your car — present but pointless. 

Spencer Coursen | Quote | Washington DC

Spencer Coursen is a nationally recognized threat management expert who has an exceptional record of success in the assessment, management, and resolution of threats, domestic and global security operations, investigations, policy authorship, and protective strategy.

Spencer Coursen | Threat Management Expert



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