Contact-tracing solutions are often talked about as a COVID-19 response strategy for enterprises as they resume travel and continue business operations. In defining a digital contact tracing strategy, enterprises must decide whether or not they even need one distinct from efforts undertaken by local health authorities. Learn here how to implement a digital contact-tracing strategy, as well as how to sort through the large volume of options when it comes to contact tracing to determine what makes the most sense for your security team and your organization.
This article discusses extremism in the United States as we close out 2020 and look to 2021. Security professionals can educate themselves on what extremist groups are out there and where the risks lie.
For most of their existence, the focus of elevator improvements has been on cost and efficiency. While those are still important, new technologies are closing the gap in current building security processes by putting the focus on vertical transportation.
The larger and more well-known the business corporations are, the more they attract attention and are a target when an outburst of rage occurs. What is enterprise security's role in riots and looting and how can they mitigate these risks and react when an event does occur?
Following the COVID-19 pandemic, business and government executives have been considering the best options and strategies to repair disrupted operations and return to work without putting employees and citizens at risk. Here’s some advice: take a multilayered approach.
Only with the widespread adoption of new technologies and systems will the country see long-term public safety success. With this fast-moving dynamic, not every new technology is ready for the challenges presented by a pandemic, and for many organizations it’s now about balancing effectiveness with timeliness, and diligence without panic.
Veterans have a lot of offer potential security roles and bring many intangibles to the table. Here are some tips that may help guide the hiring conversation and help envision where a veteran can help your company.
The Jamaica Cares program costs $40 per traveler and will cover case management, transportation logistics, evacuation, field rescue and repatriation for any medical emergencies during travel, including natural disasters such as hurricanes and COVID-19.