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Resilience in Turbulent Times: ESRM Solutions for Businesses Facing Social Upheaval

Security teams everywhere can benefit from adopting an Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM) approach to ensure that civil protests do not harm people or property. Taking a holistic and strategic approach to managing security risks by asking what the critical assets to protect are and what might realistically harm them, then balancing the need for protecting those assets with the organization's desire to promote or protect the protest activity. Hear more from Rachelle Loyear, Vice President of Integrated Security Solutions at Allied Universal.

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Influencers and Digital Protection

The boundaries between cyber security and physical security are becoming progressively blurred. Influencers are subjected to privacy breaches just as anyone else with an online presence. However, they can be disproportionately vulnerable to breaches due to the sheer quantity and frequency of information they share publicly. Hear more from Clarissa Lopez, a senior associate at Prescient.

ASIS Members Share Insights After Trump Assassination Attempt

In the wake of the shocking attack on former U.S. President Donald Trump’s life, many are trying to make sense of how this breach in security happened and how future attacks can be prevented. ASIS members from around the world have volunteered their insights and expertise on event and executive security to help explain what happened this time and what can and should be different next time.

CSO Center Security Insights

CSO Center Security Insights: School Security

When considering school security, particularly through proactive measures, the necessity of prioritizing safety, continuous assessment, technological integration, and strategic planning, there is an urgent need for collaboration and collective action to ensure safer environments for students and staff. To expand further on this topic and on the SM Magazine article, “4 Strategic Steps to Move School Security Forward” by Sharon Hong, hear from CSO Center member Dr. Darcy Leutzinger, with United Wholesale Mortgage, on what you need to know as a senior security executive.

CSO Center Security Insights: Security Risk Management

The energy industry is simultaneously experiencing changes to the core business model while dealing with a rapidly evolving risk landscape, and security executives need to know how to adapt to change without compromising security risk management. To expand further on this topic and on the SM Magazine article, “Girding the Grid” by Michael Gips and Brian Harrell, hear from CSO Center member Scott Gibson, CPP, with The Chertoff Group, on what you need to know as a senior security executive.

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CSO Center Security Insights: K9

The use of K9s in security goes beyond the typical use by police forces and can be very effective to deter a variety of malicious behavior in a private security setting. To expand further on this topic and on the SM Magazine article, “Security’s Best Friend: How Canines Detect, Deter and Deescalate” by Brendan Howard, hear from CSO Center member Adam Smith, CPP, with UCHealth, on what you need to know as a senior security executive.

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