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Commercial entities have a number of choices regarding security. These range from providing none at all to securing themselves and their employees and customers behind locked gates and high walls with armed guards, either directly employed or contracted from security services.

For some organizations, the latter is exactly what is required, if not by law, at least by necessity. Examples of these would be nuclear power stations, FAA installations, military bases, chemical, biological, or defense contractor factories, pharmaceutical labs, and similar facilities have a definite exposure to domestic or foreign terrorist attacks or industrial espionage.

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