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Rocking in Cleveland

When Cleveland was chosen to host the 2016 Republican National Convention, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum—and its security manager—had to accept the challenges along with the opportunity.

Culture in Crisis

In 45 seconds, Haiti lost more than 160,000 people, thousands of buildings, and countless works of art when a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck the island.

Cultural Property and Terrorism

In March 2015, gunmen stormed the area surrounding the Bardo National Museum in Tunis, Tunisia. The three-hour siege on the museum left 24 people dead and ex­posed the inherent weaknesses in the security procedures of museums.

What If It’s Real?

In the haystack of false bomb threats, security personnel have the difficult challenge of sifting out the potential needle—an actual explosive device.

Operation Radiation

Several years ago, the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), better known for policy critiques than for derring-do undercover work, conducted a sting.

Open Carry Conundrum

Law enforcement and first responders discuss how to approach citizens who are openly carrying weapons during a large event or in a crisis.

Speedy Surveillance

A large healthcare network in Boston deploys a surveillance tool that helps cut down on time spent reviewing video.

An Integrated Defense

With corporate time to detection rates averaging in the hundreds of days, companies must create an integrated defense to protect their networks.