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Bonded Labor Threatens Supply Chains

As attention on human trafficking grows, forced labor related to debts and recruitment schemes haunts supply chains.
According to estimates from the International Labour Organization (ILO), forced labor is one of the most prevalent forms of modern slavery worldwide. Despite being banned in international law and most domestic jurisdictions, the practice continues. Nearly 25 million people worldwide are still subjected to forced labor through human trafficking, 83 percent of which are exploited by individuals or enterprises in the private economy, generating approximately $150 billion in illegal profits every year.

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children’s law center of california

Comprehensive Care

A California law firm specializing in representing underage victims of abuse partnered with a security management service to address the unique risks that its practice faces every day.

The Best of GSX+ Daily 2020

From COVID-19 and return-to-workplace strategies to campus security, challenges are adding up for security professionals tasked with protecting their organizations’ physical and digital assets. Experts shared their best practices and guidance for addressing these threats—and the ones on the horizon—during GSX+, and Security Management’s editorial team was logged on to cover the action.

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October 2020: Election Security, Supply Chain Crime, and Building a GSOC

In this month’s episode, Adam Darrah busts election security myths; Björn Hartong, CPP, discusses supply chain crime trends during COVID-19; and Leslie Heimov revisits setting up a GSOC for a California law practice.
Read more about the issues discussed in this episode in the October edition of  Security Management

Automated Alerts on the Rise

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, investments were being made to advance autonomous technologies to make business processes—and life in general—more efficient and environmentally friendly.
With the rise of the coronavirus, however, came even more interest in using and developing these technologies to limit human interaction and the spread of disease.

Check out this month's issue of Security Technology.

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.

Hasty COVID-19 Responses Open Windows for Corruption

In the West Africa Ebola outbreak of 2014–2016, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) played a pivotal role in disease prevention. Teams of volunteers provided treatment and care, as well as burying victims of the disease, preventing as many as 10,500 additional cases, IFRC estimates. However, where there is money being spent on crisis response, there is opportunity for fraudsters to take action.

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: Global CISO: Strategy, Tactics, and Leadership

Featured in the October Issue

Global CISO is a guide to help CISOs understand the threats they face and create an appropriate strategy to counter them.



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