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After an Active Shooter

May 2017 | COVER STORY

Organizations affected by an active shooter event will face extraordinary challenges from the moment the first shot is fired. Even if the company is able to maintain business operations in the aftermath, the physical and emotional recovery can go on for months and years after the event.

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Terrorists Check In

Terrorists are increasingly targeting hotels, raising concerns for companies with employees traveling abroad in high-risk countries.

The Roots of Risk

In an unstable world, will security managers of the future spend more time addressing the root causes of threats?

Flying Solo

Here's what executive protection experts can do behind the scenes to let executives travel alone safely.

Bully for You?

Workplace bullying turns office culture toxic. But deft and aware security leaders know how to prevent and mitigate episodes.

Senegal Steps Up

Dakar, Senegal, has become the first city in Africa to release its own city resilience strategy, significant because it shows how even economically struggling cities can be prepared in a crisis, while also helping with their development process.

Minor Migrants

More than a third of asylum seekers are children, and they are often traveling alone, making them more susceptible to recruitment by extremists.

Access Via App

A bank in the United Kingdom deploys an app for digital access control that also gathers data on building occupants.

Insuring Data Loss

The cyber insurance market is expected to at least double in value by 2020. But only 25 percent of U.S. companies have a policy today.

ASIS News May 2017

Learn about the latest honors, partnerships, and publications from ASIS in the May 2017 issue of Security Management.
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