Nearly half of all credit card fraud around the world occurs in the U.S., although Americans account for just a quarter of global card volume, according to a recent Barclays report, which claims that the reason for the disproportionate fraud is that the U.S. still relies on outdated magnetic stripes, which are easy for hackers to replicate or manipulate.
The ASIS International 61st Annual Seminar and Exhibits (ASIS 2015) is westward bound this year. Set for September 28 – October 1 at the Anaheim Convention Center, this year’s event is shaping up to be one no security management practitioner will want to miss. The event is anticipated to welcome more than 19,000 global security professionals from both the operational and cybersecurity disciplines for three days of education, technology and service exhibits, and networking.
Organizations that say "yes" to innovation in a security-responsible manner create an environment where security and innovation thrive hand-in-hand
June 1, 2014
Enterprises with a “yes” focus have greater satisfaction with security postures, fewer breaches (9.5 vs. 14.9 breaches on average), and better risk management capability (mean rating of 3.6 vs. 1.5 out of 5).
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Facing fierce opposition from lawmakers, flight crews and airlines, the TSA has dropped its proposal to allow passengers to carry small knives, souvenir bats, golf clubs and other sports equipment onto planes.
What can enterprises across every sector learn from sporting event security? Start with planning, customer service and teamwork. Also, learn how Wal-Mart is boosting its associates’ emergency preparedness and how to outfit your in-house security officers. Read all of this and more in the July 2015 issue of Security.