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Security and guest services teams might have different priorities in major events and tradeshows, but it’s invaluable to train each group in the other’s competencies to leverage the best of both worlds. In this special GSX Daily episode of the SM Highlights podcast, sponsored by Securitas, Mark Herrera, director of safety and security for the Inter…
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From hand signals and index cards to earpieces and threat databases, the world of close protection has changed dramatically since the assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy on 22 November 1963. In this special bonus episode of the SM Highlights podcast, sponsored by FiscalNote, hear from Stephen Fagin, curator at the Sixth Floor Museum at …
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Is it time to listen to respond or listen to learn? It depends on the situation, says Sylvia Long-Tolbert, PhD, founder of Know More Marketing and a speaker at the GSX Game Changer panel on navigating global mistrust. In this bonus GSX Daily episode of the SM Highlights podcast, sponsored by South Dakota, learn how to practice and leverage soft ski…
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Alan Greggo, CPP, explains how situational leadership principles can help shape your workforce development and mentoring approach for each individual in your organization. Also in this episode of SM Highlights, learn about how to establish a clearer, more effective project management process for security system design with Mohammed Shehzad and John…
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What is the difference between an arrest, a kidnapping, and a wrongful detention, and what does this mean for security professionals working with business travelers? Dave Benson from the Center for Personal Protection and Safety breaks it down in the latest episode of SM Highlights, sponsored by Amarok (https://amarok.com/). Tom Stutler, CPP, discu…
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Do you often feel like you’re fighting an uphill battle alone at work? You might need to reconnect with the people around you to find allies, new strategies, and reinvigorated purpose. In this episode of the SM Highlights podcast, we talk with Brittany Galli, chair of the ASIS Women in Security Community, about the shared experiences, paths forward…
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What barriers do security professionals meet in their organizations, and how can they overcome those roadblocks? Two of the researchers behind a new ASIS Foundation report, The Influence of Security Risk Management, join this bonus episode of SM Highlights to explain the genesis of this research project and some of their top-level findings—includin…
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Watch out for thermal runaways! Lithium-ion batteries present a revolution in rechargeable energy, but they can overheat—and possibly combust—when they overcharge or short out. In this episode of SM Highlights, Adam Barowy from the Fire Safety Research Institute at Underwriters Laboratories discusses this risk and how to modify fire response protoc…
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Ramifications from climate change are already affecting extremism risks and physical security worldwide, in addition to behavioral changes, says Steven Crimando. Rising heat, for example, can diminish a person’s ability to regulate their emotions and respond calmly to stressful situations. So, what can security professionals do to prepare? Also in …
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In this month’s episode of Security Management Highlights, Fred Burton pulls back the curtain on how close protection teams secure executives’ private family offices. Alejandro Liberman, CPP, shares guidance about how Argentina’s Jewish community developed security practices and protocols in response to a tragic attack. Also in this podcast, Scot W…
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Do you have the infrastructure, programs, and soft skills in place to adapt to any situation? In this episode of Security Management Highlights, host Brendan Howard speaks with Dale Buckner about mass evacuations and duty of care; ASIS Europe co-chairs Inge Huijbrechts and Gavin Henderson discuss the business case for sustainability and resilience;…
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How can security teams help support employees’ mental health and resilience following a major incident, such as a bank robbery? Brian Ishikawa, CPP, from the Bank of Hawaii, walks us through how training, documents, and procedures clear the way for recovery. Michael Gips, CPP, joins the SM Highlights podcast to discuss how reputational issues cross…
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Diversity, equity, and inclusion isn’t just the right thing to do, it’s the smart thing to do, says Rachel Briggs, OBE, one of the researchers behind a new report from the ASIS Foundation. And she’s not the only one saying it—scientific research has backed this view for years, especially for private organizations and enterprises. But what is the be…
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Think you’ve planned ahead enough for potential crises and disasters? Think again—emergencies frequently throw curveballs at organizations, so your crisis communication plan needs to be ready to pivot, says Mike Bailey in this episode of the SM Highlights podcast with host Brendan Howard. Then, once you’ve planned, it’s time to test. The ASIS Crisi…
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Samuel Redman studies where crises and museums intersect, and he found that crisis moments rarely occurred in isolation, building into complex scenarios that museum security professionals need to help manage to keep the institution resilient and safe. In this episode of SM Highlights, learn how creative thinking and a broad perspective help museums…
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How can you earn buy-in from reluctant or uninformed stakeholders about threat assessment programs, workplace violence, travel security, and more? In this episode of SM Highlights, hosted by Chuck Harold, Cornelis van Putten explains how changing terminology can change the lens through which non-security personnel can view and participate in threat…
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Security and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) priorities may seem like strange bedfellows, says Lindsay Whyte, but where boardrooms are concerned, security can enable advancement in ESG efforts and ESG can be a matter of life and death—especially in isolated locations with high-value resources. In this episode of SM Highlights, hosted by…
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What role do empathy and “service from the heart” play in effective security missions? These approaches enable Alex Jadrich, manager of public safety, security, and emergency management at the Denver Zoo, to connect more successfully with his team, his customers, and his guests and drive a more positive interaction with the organization. In this ep…
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Threats in the virtual world often effect threats in the real world—and vice versa, especially as more assets exist solely in the metaverse. GSX 2022 speakers Amanda Lewis and Scot Walker, PCI, join GSX Daily podcast host Chuck Harold to discuss how technology, artificial intelligence, and science fiction can create challenges and opportunities for…
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Hospitals are often a “cesspool of stress,” says Marilyn Hollier, CPP, but that doesn’t mean security professionals can’t help relieve some pressure and improve outcomes for patients and staff. Here, Hollier joins the GSX Daily podcast—sponsored by Dataminr (https://www.dataminr.com/ )—to discuss her upcoming GSX 2022 session on healthcare security…
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Bill Alford got tired over the years of people saying that security is a profit taker—it’s always stopping retailers from selling more. So, he started considering how to reclaim a sense of value for retail security and loss prevention by making it a team effort. Also in this episode of SM Highlights, sponsored by Salient Systems, host Chuck Harold …
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The use of technology on college campuses is expanding faster ever before, but that doesn’t mean that stakeholders’ expectations of privacy have shrunk. Michael Sink joins SM Highlights host Chuck Harold to talk campus security and privacy. Also in this episode, sponsored by RaySecur (https://raysecur.com/), Will Plummer discusses mailroom security…
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How can a global enterprise build security and business continuity capacity in their local branches? Develop credibility through listening and patience, says RC Miles with the AIDS Healthcare Foundation. That capacity paid off when conflict arose, he tells SM Highlights host Chuck Harold in this episode, sponsored by RaySecur (https://raysecur.com/…
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Bill Edwards, CPP, PCI, PSP, joins SM Highlights host Chuck Harold to discuss the synergy of military and commercial unmanned aerial systems (UAS) in combat in Ukraine and what it means for private security professionals, in terms of intrusions, cyberattacks, and more. Also in this episode, sponsored by NGS Films and Graphics, learn about the key f…
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In this episode of Security Management Highlights, sponsored by Dataminr, Johan de Wit discusses cognitive biases in security decisions and some of the pitfalls that decision makers can face. Also, Robert Baggett, CPP, PCI, PSP, joins the podcast to explore how diversity, equity, and inclusion principles can lend organizations a competitive advanta…
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What can casinos, resorts, and hotels do to detect and respond to sex trafficking on their premises? David Vialpando, CPP, explains how security, housekeeping, operations personnel, and law enforcement can adopt a holistic approach to addressing this crime. Also in this episode, Brandon Smith, director of security technology for multinational canna…
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How are package thieves targeting the last foot of retailers’ supply chains? Ben Stickle joins SM Highlights host Chuck Harold to discuss recent incidents and what they mean for retailers and delivery companies. ASIS Young Professional Community Vice-Chair Erwin Van de Weerd, APP, explains the value he finds in ASIS membership. Jody Reid shares his…
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John Philippi, CPP, PSP, joins SM Highlights podcast host Chuck Harold to discuss the growing phenomenon of flash robbery in retail stores and how it connects to organized retail crime. Also in this episode, sponsored by HID Global, learn how Michael Gips, CPP, and his synagogue security committee adjusted security training following a hostage inci…
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Is Texas ready for another massive winter storm? Beth Garza joins SM Highlights host Chuck Harold to explain what happened to cause the February 2021 blackouts and power shortages and what the state has done to prepare for 2022. Also in this episode, learn about crisis intervention methods and programs with Dave Weiner and how schools can practice …
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“The good old password really has run its course,” says Dave Lewis, Cisco global advisory chief information security officer. So what replaces it? Multifactor authentication with biometrics can raise security levels, and its use is trending up, demonstrating an evolutionary step up in identity and credential management. Also in this month’s podcast…
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“A battle not fought is a battle won,” especially when dealing with fans, paparazzi, and other elements of a celebrity’s life, says Jerry Heying, CPP. In this episode of SM Highlights with Chuck Harold, sponsored by Genetec, learn more about managing security for celebrities in an increasingly scrutinized world. Also, Scott Thomas from Genetec outl…
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Threats against corporate executives and their families continue to climb, especially as converged risks broaden avenues for harm, says Fred Burton from Ontic. Also in this episode—sponsored by Genetec—Erik Antons, CPP, PSP, explains the new nature of hiring onboarding amid remote work and how to navigate cultural and organizational pitfalls when s…
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Cannabis security requirements vary widely based on location, medical marijuana vs. recreational, and local risk profiles, making establishing baselines of security difficult. Carrie Goetz, PSP, joins SM Highlights host Chuck Harold to discuss the formulation of cannabis security best practices and a forthcoming ASIS Guideline. Hear more from Goetz…
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In this special GSX 2021 episode of SM Highlights, sponsored by HID Global, Letitia Emeana, CPP, PSP, explains the UK Protect Duty and how it ties into the future of public–private partnerships. In addition, Julian Lovelock, vice president of the global business segment at HID Global, joins to discuss converged credentialing—especially as more orga…
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Larry Thompson, director of security for the Orlando Magic, joins SM Highlights host Chuck Harold to discuss the complexities of preparing security for large-scale events—especially after the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Also in this episode, sponsored by Genetec, Kyle Hurt explains the current state of unified—not just integrated—security platf…
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“Access rules the landscape—every attacker wants it, and every employee has it,” says Jon Ford at Mandiant, who joins this month’s episode, sponsored by Alert Enterprise, to discuss insider threat elements and how to address risks and resilience. Also in this episode, Willem Ryan shares insider threat vs. insider care guidance, and Emily May breaks…
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Scott Stewart, vice president of intelligence for TorchStone Global, joins SM Highlights host Chuck Harold to discuss the history and current status of two major jihadist terrorist groups—al Qaeda and the Islamic State—and what their shift toward grassroots terrorism means for security professionals. In addition, Stewart explains the current situat…
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In this episode of Security Management Highlights, sponsored by AlertEnterprise, Mohammed Shehzad discusses the unique and complex nature of university security technology and how to manage technology portfolios and lifecycles. On the critical infrastructure front, AlertEnterprise CSO Mark Weatherford outlines the growth of cyber threat awareness a…
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Adam Darrah from Vigilante explains how pandemic closures, stressors, and funding triggered changes in organized crime worldwide, including criminals blatantly advertising their skills and wares on social media. Then, Phil Melcher, CPP, from the St. Louis Cardinals, explains how Busch Stadium integrates its security efforts with the local community…
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In this bonus episode of SM Highlights, Brian Johnson joins host Chuck Harold to discuss research into variable and vague cannabis security regulations and compliance and where those fail to address principles of defense in depth. Read more in the May/June issue of Security Management: https://www.asisonline.org/security-management-magazine/monthly…
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In this episode of SM Highlights, Lauren Shapiro outlines recent human trafficking liability updates in the United States and private security’s role in helping victims; Derk Boss, CPP, shares how casino security and technology have changed since the beginning of COVID-19; and Elisa Costante breaks down the three big challenges in connected devices…
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Helena Wood joins SM Highlights host Chuck Harold to discuss the rising and evolving threat of synthetic identity fraud and how fraud threatens national security; Mark Weatherford shares an update on the state of cyber–physical convergence; and James Morris, CPP, explores changes in global security management over the past year. This episode of SM …
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Tatyana Andrianova discusses traditional stereotypes around the security profession and the “rapid departure from outdated views” in Ukraine and around the world. Also in this episode, Kristine Scott joins SM Highlights host Chuck Harold to explain how to hack your biology to de-escalate yourself during a stressful situation, and Reza Rassool outli…
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Diana Concannon joins SM Highlights host Chuck Harold to discuss how public–private partnerships are changing amid civil unrest, COVID-19, and evolving expectations and resources. Then, Joshua Sinai explains the various risks facing tall buildings—from high-rises to skyscrapers—and how their unique footprints affect active assailant responses. Read…
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With more people spending time online than ever before, nationwide lockdowns are a golden opportunity for online radicalization and conspiracy theories. How could this affect workplace violence? Behavioral threat assessment expert Steven Crimando joins SM Highlights host Chuck Harold to break it down. Also in this month’s podcast, Michael Crane, CP…
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What is driving change around inclusion in organizations? James Pogue, PhD, joins SM Highlights host Chuck Harold to discuss diversity, equity, and inclusion and how the events of 2020—civil unrest, the COVID-19 pandemic, economic instability, and racial reckonings—forced leaders to listen and act in new ways. But this has only uncovered the tip of…
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In this month’s episode of SM Highlights, Tim McCreight, CPP, discusses remote workforce management strategies and security guidance; Dave Shepherd outlines how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected operations and life across Las Vegas and the path to reopening; and Eddie Sorrells, CPP, PCI, PSP, debates facial recognition bans.…
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In this month's bonus podcast, host Chuck Harold chats with Michael Gips, CPP, about obstacles in remote background checks; delves into the realities involved in starting a security start-up with Suzanna Alsayed; and talks with Jason Hamm on his professional journey through the security industry, including earning his CPP.…
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On this month’s episode of SM Highlights, Phil Dunkelberger, CEO and president of Nok Nok Labs, joins host Chuck Harold to explain the scope and security implications of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). Meredith Moore of Greylake Training Solutions discusses how tailoring travel security awareness and education to employee behavior can m…
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In this month’s episode, Frank Straub of the National Police Foundation outlines the new potential warning signs of school violence amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Also, Joshua Skule and Craig Matsumoto from Allied Universal discuss retail loss prevention amid civil unrest, both in the storefront and along the supply chain.For more from this issue, rea…
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