My job at the company I'm currently at? Maybe - it's a good company that is run well. My job at another company? Probably not. Most companies don't see enough importance in properly securing their stuff, so their security teams tend to be overworked, underpaid and treated like rent-a-cops. That is, if they even have security teams. A lot of companies just dump security on some other group in IT and call it a day, and sometimes go with ACTUAL rent-a-cops (or worse, completely neglecting physical security).
Heh, no problem. It annoys me, too. Once had a fundy say I was used the logical fallacy of "defending the undefensable". I had used the term "logical fallacy" with him a couple times and I think he started to think it meant "argument I don't like".