Most companies can't afford to hire security staffs or install high-tech gadgetry, so they assume they can't afford to combat crime. But here are hundreds of affordable and even no-cost-ways to protect a business against burglary, computer fraud, arson, investment schemes, armed robbery, cargo theft, and more. Directed to the business person, not the security, this hands-on guide explains which security devices are truly effective and necessary potentially saving a manager thousands. A diagnostics chapter aids readers in pinpointing their company's vulnerabilities, and walks them through specific protective measures. This guide's easy-to-use checklists, forms, and procedures, plus a system for training employees, should also help anyone start running a more secure business right away.