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Part 2: Vetting Security Companies & Their Principals February 15, 2012

Posted by Chris Mark in Risk & Risk Management.
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As I read Kevin Doherty’s questions for vetting security companies, I felt compelled to add some additional commentary.  It is important to really do your due diligence on the principals of security companies.  It is the leadership that will define the ethics, and attitude of the organization.  If the owner is prone to dishonesty or misrepresentations then the staff is likely to follow their lead.  Unfortunately, in the high risk world of maritime security (and other security) the fallout can cost more than money. In a very real sense, lives can be lost.


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