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About Your Most Important Asset: People
Maintaining security and a culture of trust in your organization is a continual effort. Part of that effort includes ongoing vetting of applicants, staff, partners, suppliers, vendors, and customers. These people may be vetted at the beginning of their relationship with your organization. But, individuals and circumstances change. Someone who begins the relationship being trustworthy can change their intentions over time.
At the same time, the trustworthy majority of people can be burdened by vetting approaches that don’t differentiate them from the untrustworthy minority early in the process. This lack of differentiation wastes time and money and erodes morale.