Get ready: Security magazine's April 2022 issue is here!

What’s inside? This month, Security explores how to bring a virtual global security operations center (GSOC) to life. What is the idea behind building remote access for security operations, and how can organizations prepare GSOCs for remote connectivity? Security leaders — Brett Wentworth, Senior Director of Global Security for Lumen Technologies; Robert Gummer, the National Football League (NFL)’s Director of Intelligence Operations; John Dummett, Senior Project Manager at Guidepost Solutions; and Dennis Hackney, Head of Industrial Cybersecurity Services Development at ABS Group — say it takes a combination of technology investments and thoughtful strategic planning, as well as communication to making it all work. 

Inside the April 2022 magazine, find more features and columns: 

Revisiting de-escalation strategies for better safety and security: A key component of a comprehensive targeted workplace violence prevention plan is de-escalation and crisis management training. 

Building access control for a safe, stress-free campus post-COVID: With the right modern access control solution, campus security can access innovation, streamline processes and enhance campus safety beyond the pandemic.

8 tips for improving physical security in your organization: In a world full of increased cyber threats, security teams are often occupied by cybersecurity initiatives, overlooking physical security strategies. Implementing these eight physical security tips can help secure your organization from physical threats.

RSA Conference 2022 product preview: From security policy building to automated cybersecurity defense, Security magazine spotlights solutions from the 2022 RSA Conference.

Reassessing the role of loss prevention: Loss prevention teams must balance asset recovery and employee safety. Going beyond the traditional with solutions and strategies can help.

Can you decode security job descriptions?: How can security professionals and hiring organizations reconcile the disconnect between job description and actual scope of the role?

Adding value to people and places: Security leader Burke Brownfeld sits down with Steven Antoine, VP of Global Security at PepsiCo, to talk corporate security and resilience.

Time to get versed in the Metaverse: Let’s talk metaverse — how are we going to anticipate the effects of the virtual world on the physical world, and in what ways are we not prepared?

Not just another threat report!: Take a look at the BlackBerry 2022 Threat Report, which aims to allow security leaders to perform a thoughtful analysis shaping their security environment.

Risk mitigation for domestic terrorism and radicalization: The risk of radicalization for private and public organizations is real, and security leaders can mitigate some risk by evaluating processes and procedures.

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