"In business, security concerns should be taken into account and risks considered as a regular part of any decision-making processes. Ideally, this would become an automatic thought process or consideration whether expanding, contracting, or implementing new processes or operations, including changing hiring practices." - Eric N. Smith, Workplace Security Essentials: A Guide for Helping Organizations Create Safe Work Environments.
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