Reply To: OCU ISSO D Week 05 Lesson 18 Discussion

Marcena Davis

Hey Kelly,

Great post, as it reminded me of the diverse responsibilities a security officer holds. It’s not just about protecting data and preventing cyber-attacks; ensuring fire and safety policies and procedures are in place is equally important.

I couldn’t agree more with the need to educate and familiarize every person in the organization with the fire plan and procedure. Clear and well-marked evacuation routes are crucial to ensuring everyone’s safety. By making sure everyone knows what to do in case of a fire, you’re taking proactive steps to prevent injuries or even fatalities.


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