Enhancing Corporate Security: The Value of Intelligence in Weather Related Threats 

How to ensure the safety of corporate assets and personnel amidst increasingly frequent and intense severe weather Due to the increasing severity of destructive weather events — including hurricanes, tornadoes, and wildfires — improved weather monitoring and updated action plans are essential for protecting corporate assets and ensuring the safety of personnel.  This requires a…

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The Surprising Supporter Behind the Push to Modernize GSOCs: The C-Suite

The increased attention from the C-Suite signals that executives want better alignment between security and the business. Security leaders are seeing enthusiasm, even mounting pressure, from company leaders to upgrade their organizations’ global security operation center’s (GSOC) infrastructure.  One reason leadership is eager to update the GSOC is the increasing frequency of threats and the…

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Consolidation is Coming to Corporate Security Technology

Why removing technology silos is critical to helping security teams save time, cut costs, and reduce risks. This article was originally published in Security Magazine. Those old enough to remember the software industry in the 1980s might recall some names from days gone by: Lotus 1-2-3, Harvard Graphics, :ccMail and WordPerfect. At its peak, Lotus…

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Three Ways to Build Momentum and Consensus for Your Security Program

Security teams face an uphill battle in securing a budget. Leaders are now leveraging company culture and employee collaboration to change perceptions of security as a cost center. Securing a budget is a significant challenge for many leaders; those charged with security efforts often doubly so. Leaders need to demonstrate the results of their security…

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Insider Risk: Don’t Ignore the Community Context

When looking to mitigate insider risks, security leaders have to remember the potential causes. This article was originally featured in Security Magazine Just a few months ago, many security professionals confessed concern about a potential economic downturn and how that would impact the security environment around them. Some were troubled about possible layoffs at their company, and…

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Following California’s New Workplace Violence Laws Is Good for All Businesses

Workplace violence prevention rules will go into effect in California this summer, and Dr. Marisa Randazzo recommends companies across the country — not just those in the Golden State — consider incorporating the policies. This article was originally featured in Corporate Compliance Insights This year, California will become the first state to require most employers to implement…

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Navigating Corporate Security Through Times of Chaos

The threat landscape has been evolving at a rapid rate that has been worsened by matters such as geopolitical conflicts, social justice issues, and economic unrest. So, how can risk leaders best protect their organizations regarding reputational risk? Corporate security groups continue to be stretched thin, juggling multiple priorities within a constantly evolving environment. Risks…

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Streamlining Security Operations Amidst Geopolitical Turmoil

While we’re unsure of the full repercussions global events will have on multinational corporations, there are ways security teams can better predict, assess, and prepare for potential threats. When geostrategic crises erupt, the risks to multinational corporations can be complex andunpredictable. While geopolitical conflict undoubtedly has had major repercussions on theglobal economy that will trickle…

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The Intelligence Cycle in Action

How to apply this timeless approach in the modern world. Contents History Evolution Framework Steps Application Enhancement Security threats have always evolved rapidly in government circles, in the military realm, and in the private sector. Those threats look different in the 21st century than they did decades ago, but the Intelligence Cycle is just as…

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5 Strategies to Prepare Organizations for Presidential Election Disruption

The countdown to the US presidential election is well underway, and concerns about election-related violence and disruption are on the rise. For the first time ever, the Council on Foreign Relations’ Preventive Priorities Survey has identified a domestic threat – the growing risk of political violence around the U.S. –  rather than an international conflict…

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