Effective operational engagement extends our eyes and ears and hardens otherwise soft targets within our organizations.
I believe these two concepts lay the foundation for a truly proactive security program, and when properly understood, they can create a lens through which all security functions can be measured to determine their value as force multipliers.
If these requirements become final, they will represent one of the boldest initiatives to impact violence prevention in the healthcare industry to date.
Effective intelligence collection and exploitation is critical to assuming a proactive security posture.
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Well, it has been a few weeks since I have been able to post anything for you here at the Proactive Security Blog. But that doesn’t mean that I don’t miss you.
In my estimation, the future of security operations in healthcare rest solely on our ability to capitalize in data as an asset that informs us continuously.
No matter how good your collection model is, if you do not spend time training and refining your officer’s reporting skills then you are wasting your opportunity to gain insight, or worse you steer your program in the wrong direction all together.