What Companies Need to Know About Data Retention

Experts urge companies to revisit their data retention policies to ensure that they are culling information archives effectively.

Learn About Security Metrics, Data Analytics, and Visualization of Security Operations

Join Martin Drew, CPP, of iView Systems for a May 22 Webinar on applying advanced data analytics to identify significant variations from the “norm” and to quantify regions of risk. Drew will be joined by Dean Correia, Emeritus Faculty, Security Executive Council. They will also discuss Industry research related to incident reporting.

The 'Art of Clandestine Courier Delivery' Helped Bin Laden Stay Hidden for So Long

Bin Laden recognized that practicing good OPSEC made operations slower, but saw it as a necessary trade-off for secure communication.

From the Archives: Security and the Kentucky Derby

In honor of this year's Kentucky Derby, Security Management invites you down memory lane to see a story on securing the 2006 Kentucky Derby.

ASIS International Introduces World’s First Standard to Support the Code of Conduct for Private Security Service

ASIS received ANSI approval for its standard, Management System for Quality of Private Security Company Operations.

Morning Security Brief: Medical Device Standards Wanted, Behavioral Alert Program, Controversial Witness Protection, and More

The Information Security and Privacy Advisory Board wants the FDA to address medical device vulnerabilities. Johns Hopkins implements a system to warn staff of violent patients. Judges order jail for a victim and key witness against a serial rapist. And more.

Former DHS Official Recommends Reorganizing the Department

The Department of Homeland Security should begin a fundamental reorganization by developing a unified field structure for its components and separating operational and technological acquisition responsibilities, according to a former DHS official.

Morning Security Brief: Data Breaches, Olympic Training, Codis, and More

The SEC urges corporations to report data breaches. Police in the UK will undergo special Olympic training. And scientists scrutinize the FBI's proposed changes to Codis. And more.

ASIS International and SHRM Release Joint Standard on Workplace Violence

ASIS International and the Society for Human Resource Management issued a joint Workplace Violence Prevention and Intervention American National Standard aimed at helping organizations implement policies and practices to more quickly identify violence affecting the workplace.

Morning Security Brief: Public Safety Perceptions, Flash Mobs, Chinese Detention, and More

A survey examines public perceptions of safety in the United States. A report from the Center For Immigration Studies offers recommendations to improve watch lists. Lawmakers target flash mobs. And more.

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