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The 2015 program is built to provide you with the tools and knowledge to keep you at the forefront of the industry now and in the future. Sessions cover a range of topics including: cultural site security, security risks associated with infectious disease, terrorism and national security, college campus security, social media marketing, customer retention, and drone security. In addition, four sessions will feature case studies and real world applications of technical security solutions revolving around VMS, smart buildings and access control.
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- The Role of Compliance presented by Joe McDonald, Chief Security Officer, SUPERNAP
- Keeping Your Customers for Life, presented by Joe Diliberto, Owner, Sandler Training
- Security Risks Involved with Ebola and Other Infectious Disease, presented by Christian Sandrock, MD, MPH, FCCP, UC Davis School of Medicine — A leading expert in disaster preparedness for health care professionals and facilities.
- Opportunities in Drone Security, presented by Jim Hill, President and CEO, AirCover Integrated Solutions Corp.
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Welcome new members
Jackson K. Chambers
Founder / Consultant, Pandora Security Solutions LLC
Jackson Chambers possess a Bachelor of Science Degree in Security Management as well as an Associate's Degree in Business Administration. In addition to his formal education Mr. Chambers has extensive training and experience across multiple security disciplines and environments. Mr. Chambers began his emergency services career serving within the Aircraft Firefighting and Rescue Specialty of United States Marine Corps and Air National Guard. During his time within the military his leadership and job performance were key factors in allowing him to serve in more visible and demanding positions while earning him the trust and respect of his peers as well as multiple awards. Read more >
Dr. Nnamdi Ilodiuba, CPP, PCI, PSP
Managing Director, Safety and Security, Maximax Securitas Consult, LTD
Rivers State, Nigeria
Nnamdi Ilodiuba has over 20 years of cognate corporate security and safety experience. He specializes in physical security surveys and inspections, security risk assessments, and training, especially in the energy, oil & gas, and manufacturing maritime industries. Among many other degrees, Mr. Ilodiuba holds a Master of Science Occupational Health, Safety and Environment from the Institute of Petroleum Studies at the University of Port Harcourt.
Bruce Harman to present at International Organization of Black Security Executives in Atlanta
IAPSC Member Bruce D. Harman will join a group of distinguished speakers at the 2015 Spring Conference of the International Organization of Black Security Executives. The Spring Conference sponsored by The Home Depot will take place April 29-May 1, 2015 in Atlanta.
ISC West: Free Exhibit Hall pass for members
On behalf of ISC and SIA, we'd like to invite you to join us at ISC West 2015 at the Sands Expo in Las Vegas. The Exhibit Hall will be open April 15-17 and SIA Educational sessions will be April 14-16. ISC West allows you to: kick off your strategic planning for the year, explore over 1,000 exhibitors and brands and stay connected to your colleagues through exclusive networking. IAPSC Members: Contact us to claim your FREE Executive’s Club and Exhibit Hall Registration.
Upcoming IAPSC 'Successful Security Consulting' programs
This popular, one-day intensive seminar will show you how to develop, market and deliver security consultant services effectively. Learn how to avoid the costly mistakes that can sabotage the success of your security program.
April 14 at ISC West — Sans Expo, Las Vegas, NV
Sept. 27 at ASIS 2015 (Save the Date) – Anaheim, CA
The Iran deal and collective security
A buoyant President Barack Obama announced on April 2 "a historic understanding with Iran" to defang its nuclear program. Chalk one up for the president's oft-criticized Middle East diplomacy. If it holds, the deal will indeed be a major foreign policy accomplishment for a president who badly needs one. But equally, if not more important, it could breathe new life into collective security.
US targets overseas cyber attackers with sanctions program
President Barack Obama launched a sanctions program to target individuals and groups outside the United States that use cyber attacks to threaten U.S. foreign policy, national security or economic stability.
In an executive order, Obama declared such activities a "national emergency" and allowed the U.S. Treasury Department to freeze assets and bar other financial transactions of entities engaged in destructive cyber attacks.
Turkish court bans access to Internet sites over hostage-crisis content
The Wall Street Journal
A Turkish court banned access to Twitter Inc. and Google Inc.'s YouTube for failing to remove content related to a deadly hostage crisis, marking the second time in a year that the social-media platforms have been blocked after getting mired in Turkey’s political turmoil.
OSHA issues new guidance on workplace violence 4261
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration released new guidance to help healthcare and social service workers better protect themselves from workplace violence. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 27 out of the 100 fatalities in the healthcare and social service fields in 2013 were due to assaults and violent acts. But the number of non-fatal assaults that resulted in serious injuries was far greater.
What role does your building have in securing students?
By Charlie Howell
The four guiding principles of security are deter, detect, delay and respond. Law enforcement, military and security teams have created other versions of these principles, but these are the core of providing security for any type of organization, entity or people. Therefore, when securing students in schools, we have to examine our efforts toward these basic core principles. A mix of technology, staffing, organizational structure and equipment comprises the actual security plan, but for now let's take a look at the role that school buildings play in securing schools.
Technology that strives to deter crime while changing hearts and minds
Security Info Watch
It is not often that a technology company in the public safety sector talks as much about creating meaningful social change as it does catching the bad guys. But as ShotSpotter (SST) CEO Ralph Clark says, "At the end of the day, if we don't evolve some type of change management in policing regarding how they respond to gun violence and subsequently collaborate with the community, all you have is a fancy system that puts dots on a map."
Experts: 2015 is the year of the healthcare breach
By Scott E. Rupp
Breaches, breaches everywhere. It seems there's no shortage of news about security breaches and their effect on healthcare. In an effort to better paint the picture of breaches in healthcare, Software Advice recently published research focusing on how recent HIPAA breaches, like the cyberattacks at Anthem and Premera Blue Cross, have impacted U.S. patients' trust, treatment and retention. According to the organization, security experts warn that we're in the year of the healthcare hack.
As season opens, MLB stadiums step up security screenings
Enhanced securityscreenings at Major League Baseball stadiums will take a little longer, but it’s for everyone’s safety, officials say.
Under the guidance of the Department of Homeland Security, Major League Baseball has stepped up security checks at all 30 stadiums.
4 insurance issues arising from body cameras and private security
Property Casualty 360
Body cameras have quickly become a hot-button issue for law enforcement and policymakers, and now they are poised to become a private security and insurance issue, too. There is certainly a chance for increased liability with the use of body cameras among private security officers, but in the long run, it may be a boon to insurers, security guard firms and the people they protect.
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Good cyber security can't be bought at Wal-Mart
If the solution to the problem of how to get good cyber security was packaged in a box and sold at Wal-Mart, IT professionals would have nothing to worry about. They could arrange for employees to pick up their security package when activating their new smartphones. Unfortunately, getting good cyber security isn't that simple. Good cyber security practices aren't purchased in a store: they have to be taught. And the sad reality is, most employees aren’t receiving a solid cyber security education.
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