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Items Tagged with 'security blog'
Top CISO thought-leaders share their opinions on the threats of the day, as well as the solutions of the hour for cyber security.
The Security 500 tops the most popular articles again this week, but workplace violence prevention and security officers still make the list.
Get caught up on the latest stories from Security Magazine this weekend, such as why your healthcare records are the holy grail to hackers; why a flight attendant tried to bring a gun to an airport; and who causes the most data breaches in an organization.
Top articles this week include a day-by-day ASIS International rundown, training for on-campus crime prevention, effective access control and managing risk on the global stage.
Who did you meet at ASIS International last week? Between the editors, publisher and sales department of Security magazine, we walked the show floor a hundred times over and probably still didn’t get to everyone. But, just to be thorough, here’s the rundown of who I met at ASIS, and what we’re looking forward to for the rest of the year.
Gordon Graham breaks down how to regard levels of risk by levels of frequency, as well as how high-risk, low-frequency event disasters can be avoided and risks mitigated through training.
The annual conference on sports safety and security kicks off with a panel on spectator violence prevention.
Will the Senate pass a cyber security bill? That's the major question looming as the time for congressional action in 2012 dwindles.
This week's top story is the Stanley-Niscayah M&A and how it will affect security professionals like you.
Top articles this week include odd items that TSA allows on planes, preparing for disaster recovery, and grave-robbing identity thieves.