Law enforcement agencies and other organizations use different mobile identification devices to collect biometrics, and one system can’t always read the other’s data. The National Institute of Standards and Technology has released a list of best practices to help make the data obtained interoperable.
By Brian Loughman and Richard Sibery; Reviewed by James T. “Tom” Roberts, Jr., CPP
Bribery and corruption in international business have been part of national cultures for as long as individuals have traded goods and services. The authors of this book focus on educating business leaders and employees about how to avoid corrupt practices, and they do it very well.
By Chameleon Associates; Reviewed by Terry L. Wettig, CPP
Security Questioning 101 is the latest addition to the catalog of security-related courses offered by Chameleon Associates—a security training and consulting firm. Its motto, Improving Security through Intelligence, certainly comes to life in this course as the student is taught to improve intelligence through effective questioning techniques.