Implementing the DoD joint operation planning process for private industry enterprise security
Poteete, Paul W.
Fisher, Edward L.
Pfeiffer, Karl D.
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The purpose of this research is to provide an analysis of the efficacy of the Joint Operation Planning Process (JOPP) to improve current enterprise security planning within the private industry. This report will investigate predominant frameworks used within private industry in order to define the purpose and weaknesses of each. The JOPP will be investigated to better understand what aspects may be viable for implementation into private industry enterprise security programs. This information will be used to develop a new process called the Enterprise Security Planning Process (ESPP) that will illustrate the potential use of the JOPP for private industry. The conclusions derived through the research performed in this report are directed to the specific application of Defense battle concepts into private industry security practices. The relevance of private industry's enterprise security programs to joint operation planning will be emphasized through the failures associated with the current business mindset of enterprise security operations. Private industry security operations will be illustrated as more closely related to military conflict than business-as-usual operations.
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