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Looking Ahead: Shifts in Training Needed for Security Guard Use of Force

It is important to understand that while resources certainly can play a role, training deficiencies are not, primarily, a resource problem. Instead, they represent a structural issue with how training is designed and delivered.

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Answering to Abuse

With more employees working remote and from home, companies’ have become increasingly liable once a victim informs them that he or she now works and lives with the abuser.

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February: Understanding Ideological Violence and Domestic Abuse in the Home Office

With more people spending time online than ever before, nationwide lockdowns are a golden opportunity for online radicalization and conspiracy theories. How could this affect workplace violence? Behavioral threat assessment expert Steven Crimando joins SM Highlights host Chuck Harold to break it down. Also in this month’s podcast, Michael Crane, CPP, explains how remote work has changed workplace violence prevention training, response, and recovery.

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ASIS Member Appreciation Month

Defending Dinner

When it comes to food defense in manufacturing and processing facilities, personal grievances can trigger widespread public health impacts. James T. Summers and Frank Pisciotta outline the threats that emerge when food defense and insider threats collide.

Book Review: The Chief Security Officer's Handbook, by Michael Allen

"Reading through The Chief Security Officer’s Handbook: Leading Your Team into the Future is like reading the menu for success in the field of security," writes reviewer Terry Lee Wettig, CPP. 

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Throughout the month of March, ASIS International is celebrating its members by offering prizes, free content, and special savings on ASIS professional development resources. Security Management especially thanks the ASIS members who contribute articles, review books, and write new content for the security industry. 

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Mass Notification Meets the Moment

As a cascading series of disasters unfolded in 2020 into 2021, the ability to communicate quickly and effectively in crisis situations was paramount. Security Technology looks at how mass notification is meeting the moment to keep stakeholders in the loop and help them respond when disaster strikes.

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Times are changing, and banks are changing with them. Mike Neugebauer, CPP, from the ASIS Banking and Financial Services Community explains how operations shifts during COVID-19 is forcing banks to reevaluate branch footprints, performance, and security.

Disease Outbreak Security Resources

Disease Outbreak Security Resources

The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has had a major impact on the security and business continuity of organizations around the globe. In light of the outbreak, ASIS has curated useful resources for security professionals.

The Vaccine Is Here, Are You Ready?

Organizations need to begin to plan now for the wider rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine and what policies and procedures they need to have in place.

ASIS Calendar of Events

As the preeminent organization for security management professionals, ASIS International offers a dynamic calendar of events to advance your professional development. From executive education to global exchanges, our events work together to help you reach new heights in your career.

Book Review: Handbook of Loss Prevention and Crime Prevention

Featured in the January Issue

The sixth edition of Handbook of Loss Prevention and Crime Prevention draws on the expertise of more than 25 contributors to survey the security field.



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