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How can I add TSCM protection without increasing
my security budget?

The money is probably there; just misallocated.

Many security budgets are lopsided.

Security budgets morph out of shape over time. Pressure to protect easily seen physical assets, and over-spending on IT security are common causes.

Avoid a situation where 80% of your budget winds up protecting 20% of your assets.

Intellectual assets are more valuable than physical assets. Evaluate what makes your organization valuable. Adjust.

Don't over-protect low-value assets. Make your security dollars work.

Protecting intellectual property is profitable.

Tip: For the cost of your lowest paid security guard, you could have a basic Counterespionage Strategy with quarterly eavesdropping detection audits.

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