Reply To: OCU ISSO D Week 05 Lesson 16 Discussion

Kelly Crooks

Kevin, great to be in another class with you, and as always thanks for making it a great one. I agree with your statement about training. You can have the most up-to-date state-of-the-art fire detection, fire suppression, firewalls, security protocols and policies, and a well-trained security officer and team but if none of the staff or employees know how to train for a scenario or how to react should one happen that is all a lot of wasted time and money. As you said, good ole training will help to reduce the risk of a disaster or breech and also help to mitigate the damage should one occur.


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