How Authorities Are Tackling Security for Super Bowl LVI

Before Super Bowl LVI kicks off on Sunday, Feb. 13, a massive coalition of federal, state, and local officials is hard at work to help ensure the safety and security of employees, players, and fans during the big game. U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro N. Mayorkas recently traveled to SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, […]

Detecting Lies in Employee Interviews Requires Specific Training

Internal employee behavior issues like theft of data, company or personal property, workplace violence threats, or sexual or racial harassment will demand an immediate investigative process. While the data and evidence gathering is a critical component, no conclusions can be drawn without a through and skilled interview of the potential perpetrator. Security professionals involved in […]

Investigating Workplace Stalking Cases

All 50 states have criminal laws that make stalking a felony. Most HR or security professionals typically see stalking as an event that most often affects employees off the job, usually involving ex-partners or former spouses. But some cases can originate in the workplace and can become quite terrifying for victim-employees.