People in your organization use mobile apps across your network every day, and the sheer number of apps available for them to download to their (or your) devices continues to grow. As such, mobile apps are attractive targets for hackers looking to exploit user’s sensitive personal information. So, whether your organization develops mobile apps or […]
With the arrival of hurricane season comes the potential for significant damage, loss of life, and housing and electrical power difficulties for those in their paths. While emergency management officials put most of their efforts toward helping residents, security practitioners still must protect their facilities, before, during, and after hurricanes.
The Total Security Summit is a dynamic two-day event specifically targeted at Security Professionals across all sectors. The summit is set up to facilitate focused discussions between you and vendors who will walk you through the latest technologies and innovative solutions to meet your business’s security needs.
Despite the presence of cameras, time-controlled safes, and even armed and unarmed security officers, the number of convenience store, gas station, and retail store robberies continues to rise from year to year.
In a sign of states’ growing role in privacy enforcement, a vendor of electronic health records agreed to pay $900,000 to settle a multistate lawsuit alleging violations of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and various state laws.
As companies grow and the business landscape becomes more competitive, companies will increasingly see remote work and the flexibility it offers as advantages for both them and their employees.
Thirty-three states have now legalized marijuana use for medicinal purposes, while another 11 states and Washington, D.C. have legalized recreational use. As many states across the country become more lenient with their marijuana laws and regulations, organizations should seek out everything there is to know about marijuana use and workplace safety and wellness.
The practice of periodically changing passwords is an old trope, beaten into our heads over the last few decades by security experts of all stripes, ranging from tech writers, to the security team at your company, to thought leaders in the federal government. Their claims remain the same: choose a password that is long and […]
Thinking about school safety requires more prescience than ever before, as the first 6 months of 2018 have proven. While some of the more public discussions have focused on the controversial political issues of gun control and arming teachers, there are other, more immediate stop-gap measures to employ in the interim. One move school districts […]
Every security officer’s top priority is to keep their facilities and workforce safe. While advances in technological solutions such as access control and surveillance systems have helped accomplish that goal, they are not completely fail safe. According to security experts, when creating a good security plan to deal with for their organizations, security officers need […]