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  • How to Manage Lone Worker Safety in a Dynamic World
    In today’s world, global organizations face immense pressure to ensure their business is constantly evolving to meet the changing nature of the world. Business growth is driven by dynamic interactions – employees are increasingly mobile, on the road and working remotely to support their objectives.
  • The Importance of Cybersecurity in Modern Video Surveillance Environments
    It is more important than ever to harden access to your video surveillance infrastructure to provide increased visibility and control over the environment.
  • The GDPR and Privacy: What Security Leaders Need to Know
    The European Union’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect in May of this year. While many in North America believe that since they are not located within the European Union the regulation does not apply to their operations, the territorial scope of the GDPR is well and truly global. Many of these companies are unaware that the GDPR is applicable to any organization conducting business within the EU, including those simply collecting data there.
  • How Americans View Female Leadership

    A majority of Americans say they would like to see more women in top leadership positions – not only in politics, but also in the corporate world – according to a new Pew Research Center survey.

  • 2018 Crime Rates Expected to Drop

    Crime and overall murder rates across US cities are projected to decline in 2018, continuing similar decreases from the previous year, according to the Brennan Center for Justice. 

  • Voice Fraud Climbs 350%

    The rate of voice fraud climbed 350%+ from 2013-17 with no signs of slowing; voice fraud also increased by 47% between 2016-17, or one in every 638 calls.

  • Understanding Cybersecurity and Its Relationship with Physical Security To Reduce Risk

    Based off a recent survey, 40% of security professionals believe their systems are only somewhat secure.