PODCASTS

Security Management Highlights July 2014

BY HOLLY GILBERT STOWELL
24:44 minutes (45.3 MB)

AVIATION SAFETY, A COURT CASE ON WHISTLEBLOWING, AND EXPERT DISCUSSES ACCESS CONTROL

In this month’s podcast, we’ll speak with news and trends editor Mark Tarallo about potential safety and security reforms in the aviation industry following the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. Legal report editor Megan Gates tells us more about a whistleblowing case in which a federal appeals court threw out a False Claims Act case against Verizon Communications, Inc. Finally, contributing author Shayne Bates, CPP, director of security cloud strategy at LMC Consulting Group, tells us about his article on the evolving role of access control technologies and how enterprises can take advantage of the changes.

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Security Management Highlights June 2014

BY HOLLY GILBERT STOWELL
21:54 minutes (40.1 MB)

COURT CASE ON USE OF DRONES TO TARGET TERRORISTS, EUROPEAN CORRUPTION STUDY, TRAVEL SECURITY, AND MORE

In this month's podcast, Assistant Editor Holly Gilbert Stowell sits down with the editors of Security Management to discuss the articles they wrote for the June issue. Legal Report Editor Megan Gates talks about a case in which the family of a terrorist killed in a U.S. drone mission challenges the U.S. government's actions. She'll also tell us more about a case involving a workers' compensation law. We'll also talk to Tzviel "BK" Blankchtein, owner of Masada Tactical Protection Services, about his article on keeping traveling executives safe while doing business abroad.

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Security Management Highlights May 2014

BY HOLLY GILBERT
21:38 minutes (39.62 MB)

COURT CASES ON DRIVERS' PRIVACY PROTECTION ACT AND FAIR LABOR STANDARDS, FAA DRONE TESTING, AND ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT

Assistant Editor Holly Gilbert Stowell sits down with Security Management editors to talk about topics covered in this month’s magazine, including how a court ruled on a violation of the Drivers' Privacy Protection Act, the FAA’s development of new regulations for drones, and a study on the global impact of malicious cyber activity. We’ll also talk with Ron Worman, founder and managing director of The Sage Group, about his feature article on enterprise risk management. Finally, we’ll reveal the answer to last month’s podcast trivia question, and pose a new question for May.
 

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Security Management Highlights April 2014

BY HOLLY GILBERT
19:44 minutes (18.06 MB)

COURT CASES ON WRONGFUL DEATH AND PREGNANCY DISCRIMINATION, TSA TRUSTED TRAVELER PROGRAM, MENTORSHIP FOR SECURITY PROFESSIONALS, AND MORE

In this month's podcast, Assistant Editor Holly Gilbert sits down with Security Management Editor in Chief Teresa Anderson to talk about the magazine's exciting new design. Legal Report Editor Megan Gates tells us about the cases she covered this month, and Homeland Security Editor Lilly Chapa tells us more about the TSA's Trusted Traveler program. Finally, contributing author James Carsey, an assistant security director in New York City’s hospitality industry, joins us to talk about his article on the importance of mentoring for security professionals. We'll also reveal the winner of the March podcast trivia question, and pose a new trivia challenge for April. 

 

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Security Management Highlights March 2014

BY HOLLY GILBERT
19:49 minutes (18.15 MB)

COURT CASES ON SOCIAL MEDIA AND THE WORKPLACE, SCHOOL SECURITY, PREEMPLOYMENT SCREENING, AND MORE


In this month's podcast, Assistant Editor Holly Gilbert sits down with an outside author and the editors at Security Management magazine to discuss the content featured in this month's newly redesigned, revamped magazine. Legal Report Editor Megan Gates stops by to discuss a case involving social media and the National Labor Relations Board, as well as a ruling about an employee demotion. Assistant Editor Lilly Chapa tells us about two Washington D.C.-area school districts implementing security in different, but effective ways. And finally, David C. Sawyer, CPP, president of Safer Places Inc., talks to us about his feature story on preemployment screening and new government guidelines ​regarding applicants with a criminal background. We'll also announce the winner of the February podcast trivia question, and ask the new question for March. 

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