Advancing Security Worldwide
The pandemic has increased demand for security among many, and officers are being challenged with new duties and tasks.
The decisions you make today to mitigate the threat of the coronavirus pandemic will have significant impact on your operations in the future.
Brian Ishikawa, senior vice president and director of corporate security for the Bank of Hawaii Corporation, shares how the coronavirus has impacted the bank's business continuity.
Most organizations have activated incident management teams; fewer had practiced for an emergency situation in the previous 12 months.
Scott Stewart from Stratfor explains how security professionals can leverage their creative problem-solving skills and preparedness to diffuse panic and secure operations and assets during the coronavirus pandemic.
Whether employees are working at home or on-site, employers should be aware of various workplace and employment issues raised by COVID-19 mitigation efforts.
The chief information security officer for Fullerton Health, based in Singapore, discusses his organization's experiences dealing with the pandemic.
In light of potential shortages and rising value of personal protective equipment (PPE), healthcare security professionals can take additional steps to protect these newly high-value items and shore up supply chain vulnerabilities.
How are casinos maintaining the softness required for guest services while simultaneously keeping up a tough front against an increasing number of public attacks?
The world has changed since the 2003 SARS outbreak. Has your pandemic preparedness plan changed with it?
Whether de-escalating potentially violent scenarios, managing crowd control, or simply acting as a visual deterrent, highly trained K9 security teams are playing an important role at U.S. hospitals and medical centers.
The use of stolen customer information to purchase goods is becoming an even larger threat to online retailers.
A rash of large insurance claims in the United States has been reshaping the security insurance market, especially regarding security guards and guarding firms.
Every three years, millions of youth from around the globe make a pilgrimage to see the Pope. This poses unique security challenges.
At GSX 2019, Marine Corps General John Kelly (Ret.) sat down with Security Management to talk about how the United States is grappling with issues that the country faces today and will continue to deal with in the future.
Stakeholders can work hand in hand to protect against insider and external threats and reduce the risk of data loss while simultaneously improving data protection and streamlining processes.
How do you protect a soft target—a restaurant, a museum, a park, or a city street—without taking away from its beauty, cultural value, or intended use?
In the aftermath of the Notre Dame fire, security professionals should assess similar risks to their institutions.
En el condado rural de Grant, Washington, el personal de servicios públicos no sólo protege las subestaciones remotas: también ayuda a responder a los llamados de emergencia de la comunidad.
An open office environment and a barricaded exit made it impossible for Capital Gazette employees to flee an active shooter.
Along with a recent renovation, Charleston International Airport invested in a new state of the art IT system to support operational efficiencies, including for its security, surveillance, and access control systems.
The Internet of Things is best understood less as a revolution in and of itself—and more as a transition toward an even greater revolution that we call the Artificial Intelligence of Things, or AIoT.
Para las agencias de seguridad y policiales, el desafío es llevar a cabo las labores del primer respondiente al mismo tiempo que se identifican amenazas de grandes consecuencias para las operaciones de aviación.
In recent years, the cloud has transformed how physical security systems are controlled and managed.
Employees trying to escape a bullying boss may be surprised to learn that their workplace nemesis is providing negative job references.
One critical success factor to advancing asset protection in large corporations is what I call the "technology" of organizing to secure a company's people, critical information, and business strategy.
Healthcare and nursing home facilities have special requirements for access control.
The ability of the shooter to gain access to YouTube's office courtyard via the parking garage raises questions about the building's physical security.
This year, more employers hope to make progress in building inclusive workplaces through diversity recruiting efforts and will continue to experiment with new interviewing and selection techniques.
When building a master security plan, start at the end.
Whether hosted at a sports arena, outdoors, a convention center, or elsewhere, security practitioners are frequently called upon to provide support to large-scale events with sizeable crowds.
Florida Governor Rick Scott announced a major school security plan in the wake of a high school shooting that left 17 dead.
Five steps businesses can take to mitigate the security risk posed by a remote workforce.
Pero, además de los magníficos panoramas del campus, el personal de seguridad de la universidad se encontró contemplando frecuentemente paneles de incendio que no funcionaban correctamente.
In an effort to connect security professionals worldwide with the most relevant guidance and statistics, ASIS has compiled this list of resources, broken out by region.
U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) guidance to assist organizations in developing a Pandemic Influenza Continuity of Operations Plan.
Meticulously researched, The Birth of the FBI: Teddy Roosevelt, The Secret Service, and the Fight Over America’s Premier Law Enforcement Agency is also a fast-paced, engaging narrative that describes the origins of U.S federal law enforcement.
A 1787 rebellion over taxation led to the development of stronger national law enforcement and judiciary systems in the United States.
On 11 January 1794, U.S. Marshal Robert Forsyth was the first federal law enforcement officer killed during an adversarial action.
Readers join Special Agent Tom White as he uncovers a conspiracy—a culture of killing—that exploited an outdated guardianship system prohibiting Native Americans from administering their own wealth.
In 1923, Osage leaders requested U.S. federal government assistance investigating murders of tribal members in the Oklahoma oil fields. The BOI assigned one special agent.
The Pinks: The First Women Detectives, Operatives, and Spies with the Pinkerton National Detective Agency is loaded with undiscovered history and told in an easily read, engaging style.
In 1862, mixed race detective Hattie Lawton was recruited to join a secret Union intelligence agency.
In 1856, Allan Pinkerton hired Kate Warne—the first female detective to join the Pinkerton Agency.
Security Management magazine is partnering with Pivot3 to conduct research on current trends and practices in video surveillance
Crises that organizations face come in many forms, from workplace violence to weather catastrophes.
Security Management magazine, with partner MSAB, has commissioned a survey to examine current trends and challenges in deploying mobile forensics technology.
Everbridge, in conjunction with Security Management magazine, is conducting research to uncover trends in active shooter incident preparation.
Participate in a survey on executive protection trends and challenges.
Biodefense strategies remain a critical priority issue both in the United States and internationally.
Studying the past and looking ahead at the challenges of the future will help current and future practitioners to prepare and confront those who wish to do harm.
With support from ASIS Europe, SSR conducted a salary survey of European security professionals.
Former U.S. National Security Advisor Michael T. Flynn pleads guilty to lying to the FBI.
Security Management spoke to Jeffrey A. Slotnick about the deadly shootings in Las Vegas and the event's significance for active shooter preparedness and physical security.
Think of soft targets like a bullseye with rings around it. Picture an airport where security needs to start prior to the secure area. If the airport is the bullseye, security needs to start in the parking lot, baggage delivery, at ticket counters.