Why your security investigation is going to fail

Friday, 3 June 2005, 3:28 AM EST

Walking in to a business and finding the smoldering corpse of a mishandled security investigation seems to be all too common lately. Some can be resurrected, patched up, and even supported in a court of law.

Others, well - I just hand them a shovel and encourage them to keep digging. Try not to get any more dirt on the carpet (that is, not as much as there is swept under the rug).

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