Security issues exist every day at airports and seaports, but security solutions and a multi-layered surveillance approach go a long way in a world of ever-increasing risk. Here, we explore a sampling of the latest surveillance solutions for airports and seaports.
To start off Security's Women in Security month, we have a very special podcast! C.C. Meadows, Law Enforcement Director at the Fort Worth Independent School District talks with Editor Maggie Shein about her journey in security, along with the importance of training both security and non-security staff for emergency response.
In the United States, February is often considered the last peak month of flu season. We are all accustomed to the unpleasant coughing fits and runny noses that accompany winter’s chill. However, in a turn of events, the common flu has been relatively uncommon across the country this winter. Instead, we continue to deal with the fallout from the far more contagious—and far less forgiving—SARS-CoV-2 virus.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury has placed businesses on notice that payment of ransoms to certain cyberattackers could get a company in trouble under U.S. sanctions laws and regulations for helping to finance sanctioned organizations. Sanctions violations carry significant civil and criminal penalties, as well as reputational and other risks. So how should your company handle ransomware?
The Human Trafficking Institute rolled out the 2019 State Summaries, which provide an overview of federal human trafficking cases in all 50 states, the five U.S. territories, and the District of Columbia. While the number of forced labor cases has remained steady for a few years, the number of criminal sex trafficking cases as a nation has trended down since 2017.
A thought-leadership report from Raines International and The Lake Forest Group finds that nearly all CSOs they interviewed have had to take on COVID-related response in their organizations. The report also examines the changing role of the CSO in a post-COVID world.