Security industry convergence – bridging the knowledge divide

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Security industry convergence – bridging the knowledge divide. / Weaver, Benjamin.

Institute of Economic Research, Lund University, 2007. 5 p. (Lusax memo series; Vol. LXM-BW1).

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Harvard

Weaver, B 2007, Security industry convergence – bridging the knowledge divide. Lusax memo series, vol. LXM-BW1, vol. LXM-BW1, Institute of Economic Research, Lund University. <https://publicera.ehl.lu.se/media/lusax/lxm-bw1-kgap.pdf>

APA

Weaver, B. (2007). Security industry convergence – bridging the knowledge divide. (Lusax memo series; Vol. LXM-BW1). Institute of Economic Research, Lund University. https://publicera.ehl.lu.se/media/lusax/lxm-bw1-kgap.pdf

CBE

Weaver B 2007. Security industry convergence – bridging the knowledge divide. Institute of Economic Research, Lund University. 5 p. (Lusax memo series).

MLA

Weaver, Benjamin Security industry convergence – bridging the knowledge divide Lusax memo series. Institute of Economic Research, Lund University. 2007.

Vancouver

Weaver B. Security industry convergence – bridging the knowledge divide. Institute of Economic Research, Lund University, 2007. 5 p. (Lusax memo series).

Author

Weaver, Benjamin. / Security industry convergence – bridging the knowledge divide. Institute of Economic Research, Lund University, 2007. 5 p. (Lusax memo series).

RIS

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N2 - Convergence in the electronic security industry entails the meeting of two very different business cultures, which is currently manifesting itself in the form a knowledge gap. In view of this, the crucial strategic resources needed to succeed in the converged electronic security market of tomorrow will be a combination of competences, ca- pabilities and skills sets – or knowledge, in short – drawn from both the security and IT industries. This knowl- edge can be divided into three main categories: technological, business-related and cultural.

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KW - security industry

KW - security

KW - industry convergence

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PB - Institute of Economic Research, Lund University

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