In the modern technological landscape, our goal must be to build a security ecosystem that is balanced and feeds each part from the other to ensure the effectiveness of the whole.
If it is our goal to move violence prevention efforts forward, we must point to the benefits to patient care and the benefits to employee engagement.
My challenge to this line of thinking is that built into it is a fundamental flaw, in order to use this tool – someone still has to first be assaulted.
We must push the boundaries of the work we know to continuously add knowledge, skill, and capability to our organizations.
Our collective goal is to help grow and develop our profession through the discussion of best practices in all areas of healthcare security.
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.
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.
“If you know the enemy and know yourself you need not fear the results of a hundred battles.” Sun Tzu