07Jul 2010

The International Association of Professional Security Consultants is hosting its first regional security conference in Texas.  Building on successful regional conferences in New York and Southern California, IAPSC seeks to continue its expansion into the Southwest. Learn more about the Conference

04Jun 2010

“Once considered safe havens, health care institutions today are confronting steadily increasing rates of crime, including violent crimes such as assault, rape and homicide. As criminal activity spills over from the streets onto the campuses and through the doors, providing for the safety and security of all patients, visitors and staff within the walls of […]

03Jun 2010

The Center for Biosecurity at UPMC recently released a  Preparedness Report that proposes the following key elements of a national strategy for healthcare preparedness and response: Definition and vision of a U.S. healthcare system prepared to handle the response to a spectrum of mass casualty events that vary in size and severity from common medical […]

09May 2010

Bruce Schneier is an internationally renowned security technologist and author. Described by The Economist as a “security guru,” he is best known as a refreshingly candid and lucid security critic and commentator. Click here to read Why Aren’t There More Terrorist Attacks?  on Schneier on Security

03May 2010

What are the most commonly mixed up security terms? Threat, vulnerability, and risk. While it might be unreasonable to expect those outside the security industry to understand the differences, more often than not, many in the business use these terms incorrectly or interchangeably. Maybe some definitions (from Strategic Security Management) might help…. Asset – People, […]