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Security Education & Training
Dakota State University in Madison, SD will offer a new doctoral degree in cyber security this fall.
A strong security infrastructure doesn’t always start with the technology, it starts with the blueprints – by working with architects and designers, security teams can build the best security plans before the bricks are even laid.
Despite robust planning, a security director’s worst nightmare is a serious injury or death occurring on company property due to a violent criminal act.
Counterterrorist operatives perform drills on securing and neutralizing threats at major target areas. Although this is an extremely important concept to master, often ignored is one of the most important components in community disaster preparedness: the local area hospital.
Terrorism has emerged in the last decade as one of the most critical issues with which governments must contend, topping most Western nations’ agendas in terms of resource allocation. For example, some reports indicate the United States has spent more than one trillion dollars waging the “War on Terror” – money and resources that may have been allocated very differently in the absence of such threats.
The vast majority of security industry leaders agree that the key to professionalizing our industry is establishing and maintaining high standards.
No matter if you have a proprietary or contracted security force, these officers must be properly trained.
The challenges facing security professionals have evolved exponentially over the last few years