- Charles Sennewald, CPP, Independent security management consultant, expert witness, and author, internationally based
Independent security services, hardware, and management consultants looking for new "tools of the trade" in maintaining and growing their client base.Security Managers, and new professionals entering the security and security consulting field.
- Published: November 2012
- Imprint: BUTTERWORTH HEINEMANN
- ISBN: 978-0-12-398500-2
Remaining from the earlier edition is the valuable information on staring or maintaining a practice. Other strong points in the book address contracting, marketing procedures, and security surveys. A highly useful appendix contains sections on contracts, confidentiality agreements, and best-practice bulletins from the International Association of Private Security Consultants. Security Consulting is a must-read from anyone contemplating entering the business. It is highly recommended as well to existing consultants in need of fresh insights. â Security Management
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Security Consulting as a ProfessionChapter 2 Qualifications of a Professional Security ConsultantChapter 3 10 Most Common Questions Asked About Entering the ProfessionChapter 4 Starting the BusinessChapter 5 The Need for Effective Consulting WebsitesChapter 6 Bumps in the RoadChapter 7 MarketingChapter 8 The Proposal and ContractChapter 9 The SurveyChapter 10 The Consultant's ReportChapter 11 Fees and ExpensesChapter 12 Technical Security ConsultingChapter 13 Information Security ConsultingChapter 14 Forensic ConsultingChapter 15 Insurance and Liability ConsiderationsChapter 16 The Need for Profession GrowthChapter 17 Ethics in Consulting