How to do a security assessment in a hospital environment?

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Possible questions to ask to employee working in a hospital enironment when you are conducting security assessment?

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Your question is very broad. In what context? What type of employee? What type of assessment (technical or operational)?

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  • Stiltner
    You have to remember that no matter what question you ask, it has to be non-judgemental in its approach, in other words, do not target individuals, focus on groups. i.e. your clerical staff is a group, the individual that works the front desk should not have unique questions unrelated to the others, that'd be a signaling out of one person, and it could open up worm holes. I'll assume what your goal (yes I know, assumption is bad, but just to get some more information into this topic and hopefully get a direction from you) is, and that is to determine what educational needs your staff needs in relation to security training, how they interpret security, and what could possibly be glaring omissions from your own security policies. 1.) Do you feel security is necessary for your job to function correctly 2.) Do you feel our current security policy is to restrictive, not restrictive, or just right 3.) What do you feel is something that would help our security be more beneficial I'm assuming you want to engage the worker along with using their thought processes to kind of evaluate them for flaws in their views on security (its unnecessary, and they ignore policies as much as possible, etc etc).
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