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23-27 September 2018
Las Vegas | Nevada
Global Security Exchange (GSX) unites the full spectrum of security for one powerful global event. Formerly the Annual Seminar and Exhibits, GSX is the advanced education, innovative technology, solutions marketplace, and industry-leading networking you need—multiplied.
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Insider Threat #1: Techniques to Learn from and Improve Your Security Program | 07 Mar 2018, 15:00 – 16:00 ET
The first of a three-part series, this webinar from the ASIS Crime Prevention Council seeks to help participants upscale their security prevention programs. This webinar will present authentic case scenarios that illustrate the concepts underlying insider threat management and implementation best practices. Participants will learn how and why basic crime prevention concepts are evolving and explore the new definition of insider threat for modern times. Human behavior analysis has become an important tool and technology has been changing both insider threats and security responses to such events.
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There is no such thing as a typical day for Pamela Cichon, CPP. In her current role, she provides guidance and assists with physical security policy interpretations for the USPS.
In October, this meant dealing with the aftermath of a 300-pound bear’s intrusion into a mail facility in Alaska. The wide variety of situations that Cichon must adapt to is part of what makes each day interesting and unique.
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Recently Updated Standard:
Management System for Quality of Private Security Company Operations-Requirements with Guidance (PSC.1)
Consistent with ANSI requirements, the ANSI/ASIS PSC.1-2012 Standard was evaluated by a technical committee comprised of industry users and managers, producers and service providers, as well as government, academia, and other interested stakeholders to consider possible changes based on applicable laws, regulations, international agreements, and/or other factors impacting the standard's use. Reaffirmation signifies that no substantive changes to the standard were necessary.
The PSC.1 Standard establishes a mechanism for private security providers and their clients to provide demonstrable commitment, conformance, and accountability to the principles outlined in the International Code of Conduct for Private Security Service Providers and the Montreux Document.
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How to Learn From Las Vegas
The Las Vegas massacre on October 1, 2017, was the deadliest mass shooting in recent U.S. history. What can the hospitality industry learn from that event?
by Holly Gilbert Stowell