The Definitive Guide to Effective Security in Complex Global Markets
Companies are global today and have complex security supply chains, out-sourced operations, and customer relationships that span the world. Today, more than ever, companies must protect themselves against unprecedented threats, understand and adhere to a global mosaic of regulations, and leverage security to enable today's business realities. In Mapping Security, global security expert Tom Patterson shows how to meet these challenges by presenting security best practices, rules, and customs for virtually every country where you do business.
Writing for executives, business managers, security professionals, and consultants, Patterson offers an exceptionally thorough and authoritative briefing on today's global security realities. Using real-world examples, he shows how to change your approach to security as you move more deeply into global markets: how to resolve contradictions among the complex rules and customs you'll have to follow and how to customize security solutions for every market. Along the way, he introduces the Mapping Security Index (MSI), a powerful new metric for rapidly quantifying security risk associated with 30 key markets. Coverage includes
How technology, mass globalization, and stricter accountability are forcing security to the core of the enterprise
Six proven keys to defining and implementing global security strategies that work within today's budget realities
Detailed country-by-country drill downs on security in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, the Americas, and the Asia-Pacific region
Practical advice on what to do when laws collide
Quantifying the security posture and associated risks of potential cross-border partners
"On-the-ground" help: Indispensable local security resources
Visit www.MappingSecurity.com for Tom Patterson's latest updates and analysis, including the latest changes to the MSI country scores, and to participate in the Mapping Security Reader Forum.
Table of Contents:
About the Author.
The Five Ws of Mapping Security.
1. The Historian and the Security Guy.
I. CHARTING A COURSE.
2. Why You Picked Up This Book.
3. Establishing Your Coordinates.
4. Building the Base.
5. Enabling Business and Enhancing Process.
6. Developing Radar.
7. Constant Vigilance.
II. REALITY, ILLUSION, AND THE SOUK.
8. Wells and the Security Guy Travel the Globe.
The United Kingdom (.UK)
The Netherlands/Nederland (.NE)
Czech Republic (.CZ)
10. The Middle East and Africa.
Saudi Arabia (.SA)
South Africa (.ZA)
11. The Americas.
United States (.US)
12. Asia Pacific.
13. Outsourcing and Your Map.
III. WHOSE LAW DO I BREAK?
14. Mapping Solutions.
15. Mapping Law.
16. Mapping Technology.
17. Mapping Culture.
18. Mapping Your Future.
A. Local Security Resources by Country.