Routes to governance


Explains the correct security procedures that company Boards of Directors need to follow to ensure good corporate governance. These procedures relate to the management of risks and the reasonable steps that must be taken to ensure protection of the company, its people, shareholders, customers, assets and third parties. Details the information channels that need to be set up, the training of staff, the management responsibilities, and the creation of incident assessment teams and security collation desks. The article makes the link between these measures and the effectiveness of security technologies.

Primary Author(s): Chambers A.

Source: Security Mgmnt. Today, September 2002, 53-55, 1 illus.

             BSRIA Abstract Doc 000104305 Abs 20022417

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