“Security Sense” Our Sixth Sense
Saturday, September 7, 2013 • 12:00am
We are aware of the old adage “The Five senses” (Sight, Hearing, Touch, Taste and Smell) though this may not be a formal petition in today’s world “Security Sense “ just may be our ‘sixth sense’ and in this space on a weekly basis we will be writing a column which will be entitled ‘Security Sense’ asking for security questions that we can share within the community in hopes of providing a fun and informative way to provide security facts that can be helpful to all.
About the Author:
I am retired from Madison Police Department, a NJ State licensed Detective, State Licensed Locksmith, and a Certified Protection Professional (CPP) credential provides demonstrable proof of knowledge and management skills in eight key domains of security. Those who earn the CPP are board—certified in security management which is an ongoing certification (credited and renewable every 3 years) and owner of Corbett Lock Inc.
Our weekly column will address questions on personal. Physical and Information security providing answers that may be referenced and will not be product or service based answers. In today’s world technology takes a major swipe at our security in many respects. By sharing our concerns and questions we are hoping to have weekly bits of information that can beneficial to many.
Below I am providing a link that you can click on to submit your questions and I look forward to sharing the weekly question beginning on September 9th. Thanks in advance for your time and attention I look forward to providing information to help sharpen our sixth sense’ Security”
Kelly Corbett CPP
Retired Policeman Madison Police Department, NJ State Licensed Detective, Certified, Protection Professional CPP, Board Certification through ASIS, Owner of Corbett Lock, Inc., NJ State License Locksmith.
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