"Ever since 9/11, the word 'security' has increasingly become a part of popular parlance and discourse all over the world. Security can now be considered a vital segment in every sphere of the organised activity–administration, industry, banking, international travel, you name it. Has a single decade, however, sufficed for countries and companies to master what deserves to be described as the art and science of security? This volume addresses the question and seeks to find an answer of crucial relevance to India's quest for rapid economic growth. It brings together the viewpoints of experienced experts on security in various fields. They deal with diverse threats to security, ranging from the traditional kinds to information thefts. While doing so, they illustrate the increasing importance of security training at all levels, involving the use of updated techniques and technology. The compilation of papers and presentations has much to offer for both—the lay reader and the specialist."