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Articles by Claire Meyer
On December 14, 2012, 20 children and six staff members at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., were killed, sparking a media storm and a nationwide conversation about the amount of security in U.S. schools.
Right now, the bad guys are winning." It’s a bleak statement from Dave Frymier, the CISO for Unisys Corp., but one that many enterprise security executives need to hear.
You might already be on your way to a pink slip – according to industry experts, the termination process might begin before a CSO even starts work at a new enterprise.
Storm, Hurricane. Workplace Violence, Terrorism. Missing Person, Kidnapping. A name is just a name, right? Not in insurance, it isn’t.
In Pittsburgh, Pa., residents of housing authority properties were afraid, and their quality of life was suffering. Shootings often went unreported, a lack of usable evidence kept criminal elements on the streets, and residents were being victimized.
As environmental regulations increase, industrialization’s effects stretch further and ecological scientists grasp for new ways to collect vital data, some parties are all reaching for the same thing: business intelligence.
Cloud computing has been the buzzword of the security industry for half a decade, but how much do we understand about it, and how much is just hype?
A new SIA subcommittee seeks to educate end users on perimeter security requirements and best practices, especially for video detection.
NATO came to Chicago in May 2012, and security officials just can't help themselves talking about how well it went off.
Chicago's long, arduous history with fire has culminated in one of the strictest fire codes in the U.S., but many Second City establishments don't settle for the bare minimum of training and procedure.