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Too Important for Security

- An incident at the U.S. Capitol underscores that no one should be above security.

Business News

- A wrap-up of industry awards, deals, and contracts. Plus, ASIS anounces the “Power of Certification” winners and the Foundation advances the rights of victims.

Gun Fight

- NRA-backed state laws that force companies to allow guns in their parking lots

Levers Against Liability

- To reduce premises liability exposure, companies must take sufficient and consistent measures that can be defended in court.

ASIS, NASCO Set Record Straight

- The fifth European Security Conference will be held in Nice, France; and ASIS and NASCO rebut a newspaper article  critical of security officers. Also, Howard Moster, CPP, PSP, is profiled.

Biometric Primer

- This white paper on biometrics discusses how the technology is being integrated into access control applications.

Nuclear Vulnerabilities

- A Department of Energy internal report finds that the agency has failed to protect critical nuclear assets.

Physical Security for IT

- Everyone asks whether the company network is safe from hackers, and IT and security departments pour lots of money and energy into making it so. A related question is often overlooked.

Nuclear Assets Vulnerable

- Protection of critical nuclear assets at the Department of Energy has fallen short of expectations and may not meet scheduled security changes, says an internal Department of Energy report,

The Integrated Physical Security Handbook: Securing the Nation One Facility at a Time

- The Integrated Physical Security Handbook is an excellent resource for physical security professionals, and one they can exploit to varying depths depending on their own expertise and the nature and scope of their own security program.

Chemical Security

- Chemical facilities at a high risk for terrorism must do more to protect their infrastructure. A final interim rule from DHS lays down requirements.

Great Plains, Great Plans

- At Wichita State University, located in the heart of the great plains state of Kansas, security found distinct solutions for protecting the sports stadium and the campus library.

Securing Utility and Energy Infrastructures

- In today’s world, what security and business professional wouldn’t want to know about securing infrastructures?
 




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