Today we launched our first fully digital edition of Security Mangement.
This online-only edition includes:
• 8 editorial videos
• 5 expandable maps, including one that has the number of hospital beds available for all U.S. Zip Codes
• Animations on all editorial pages
• Digital puzzles
• Audio interviews
• Animated advertisements and much more.
In this issue, Associate Editor Laura Spadanuta explores high-rise evacuations. Associate Editor Ann Longmore-Etheridge reports on recommendations from the DHS Advisory Council’s Southwest Border Task Force Report. Technofile Editor John Wagley reviews the pitfalls of allowing employees to use their own devices. And Homeland Security Editor Matthew Harwood presents a multimedia update on the use of self-propelled semi-submersibles in drug trafficking.
Of course, in the new format, we won’t get everything right the first time, so please don’t hesitate to let us know what you like and what you don’t. There will be a comment feature within the digital issue, and thanks to the wonders of technology, we’ll get your responses instantaneously. It may take a little longer than that to respond, but we will take all of your comments to heart when we begin work on the next full digital edition, coming in November.
ASIS members have received an e-mail with a link to the members-only premium edition, which will be available online for one year. Only ASIS members will be able to participate in an opinion poll, comment on articles, complete the crossword puzzle online, and e-mail advertisers. A public version of the magazine will be available for the month of May.
Security Management will be back in its familiar print form in June.