SEC Renames GSOC Best Practices Group
The Next Generation GSOC Group continues to drive GSOC innovation.
Johns Hopkins Offers Coronavirus Tracker
John Hopkins University's Center for Systems Science and Engineering has deployed a real-time 2019-nCoV virus tracker.
Virus threatens U.S. companies’ supply of Chinese-made parts and materials
“The concern is not the zombie apocalypse with people dying in the streets. The concern is that a huge chunk of the global economy gets put out of commission as people wait it out,” said Patrick Chovanec, managing director at Silvercrest Asset Management in New York.
How the coronavirus is already hurting global business
Major shops, restaurants and tourist destinations are shuttering their doors across China, as global businesses begin to feel the effects of the deadly Wuhan virus outbreak.
Justifying Improvements Is Security's Biggest Challenge
Security practitioners still frequently struggle to show the value of security programs and improvements, according to new survey results released this month by the Security Executive Council.
Home Depot Ties Opioid Crisis to Recent Surge in Store Theft
The shrink has gotten so bad that it will narrow Home Depot’s operating profit margins next year, executives said during a meeting with analysts and investors.
6 Signs Your Corporate Culture Is a Liability
One in five employees report experiencing a cultural crisis – a significant incident indicative of troubling workplace attitudes and behaviors – in their organization in the last year or two.
Climate change risks need new risk management approach: Experts
Traditional risk management strategies don’t fully address the broad and long-term threats of a changing climate, but they can be adjusted to better cope with the problems that arise from rising temperatures.
Risk Management and Black Swan Events
Because of advanced computing and other emerging technologies, there are Black Swan events we can plan for, and help contain through risk management. While there are many scenarios. There are three categories that I believe we should apply risk management principles to including; 1) threats to the energy grid and critical infrastructure, 2) bio-terrorism and pandemics, and 3) the potential of malevolent artificial intelligence.
The Science Security Threat
At gathering of university research officers, federal agency officials document foreign governments' efforts to persuade scientists to engage in academic espionage.
SEC Poll Identifies Challenges for Security Departments
The Security Leadership Research Institute, the SEC’s research arm, is asking security practitioners to share their expertise by helping to identify the challenges in their organizations. This input will help the SLRI target their resources at the concerns that are most pressing for security leaders.
Have we become too paranoid about mass shootings?
The author's research has shown a big discrepancy between the actual threat of mass shootings and the way the public perceives that threat. In other words, people think mass shootings are far more common than they are.
Often Missed Key Strategies That Can Undermine Your Program and Career
Bob Hayes, Managing Director of the SEC, introduces OPaL+ and how you can apply it to avoid the things that undermine your plans.
Fresh Privacy Legislation Would Jail CEOs for Violations
Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., introduced legislation aimed at strengthening people's privacy rights. Wyden says his bill will "bring meaningful punishments for companies that violate people's data privacy, including larger fines and potential jail time for CEOs."
The increasing overlap between loss prevention and tech teams
It is paramount that LP teams work in tandem with their company’s technology teams to stay ahead.
Don’t Overlook LinkedIn as a Corporate Security Risk
What are the main risks corporate security professionals need to be watching for as we use LinkedIn?
New Series Explores Security Leadership Success Factors
This free series explores factors that influence success in security leadership, drawing on the experience of current and former security executives, backed by research findings from the SEC’s Security Leadership Research Institute.
How Technology Can Improve Physical Safety in Schools
Surveillance, communication and cybersecurity are essential ingredients for a safe learning environment.
In Countering a Creative Security Threat, Anticipation Is Key
Because criminals, militants, spies and the like are ever resourceful, security personnel must overcome some of their traditional inflexibility in addressing threats to their companies.