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Supply Chain Threats Pose Unique Risks, Demand Unique Solutions

As a security professional, you understand the complexity of defending your organization (or client’s organization) against any number of existing and potential threats. The exercise becomes Malthusian, however, when you’re forced to account for the security practices of every vendor in your organization’s supply chain. While basic strategies like regular anti-malware scans and limiting network […]

How Businesses Can Manage Security Risks from Social Media

A key source for online criminals to interject malicious attacks, social media continues to grow and command larger audiences from a diverse group of individuals and businesses. Lurking in the background, scammers are taking advantage of unsuspecting victims in the social media space.

Dive into Summer Vacation Business Security Preparedness Tactics

Almost every employee in the company is submitting a time-off request as the summer heat kicks into high gear. While workers’ minds are focused on their getaway plans, it is important to spend the time before the mass exodus begins to address the physical and cybersecurity measures needed to protect the company against data breaches, […]

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Installing a New Video Surveillance System? Have You Thought About Cables?

There is a host of reasons for a business to invest in a new security system, ranging from upgrading older and/or dead equipment to meeting the changing demands of a growing business. It’s important to choose the proper high-definition cameras, system devices, and management software to meet your security needs. However, it’s often easy to […]

Ongoing Progress in the Convergence of Information and Physical Security

Physical security and logical information networks within organizations have traditionally been completely separate, but a new form of cybersecurity and physical security convergence has started to emerge over the past few years. Has the convergence movement taken hold as a corporate culture?