Category: Security

Leadership when you work alone

Many security practitioners don’t lead a team. They may not even be part of a team. Individual security consultants, academics, thought leaders, small-business owners, researchers, coders, […]

Global Life Safety Alliance announces registration as a Civil Society Organization in the Organization of American States (OAS) Washington D.C

The Permanent Council of the Organization of American States (OAS) has approved the application of Global Life Safety Alliance to be included as a registered civil […]

Nominate a deserving colleague: That’s what a leader does

Awards season is upon us. Next month, this very magazine will present its Most Influential People in Security. Later in September of this year, at GSX […]

What to know about entering the Security Industry in Canada

Canada with approximately 10 million Square Kms of land mass is one of the top three largest countries in the world geographically. Canada has approximately 38 […]

What to Know About Entering the Security Industry in Canada

Canada with approximately 10 million Square Kms of land mass is one of the top three largest countries in the world geographically. Canada has approximately 38 […]

Writing the future history of security research

It’s tempting to file the term “security research” with the likes of “jumbo shrimp” and “somewhat unique” under the heading of oxymorons. Compared to such business […]

HOME UNBOUND: TRANSITIONING BACK TO THE OFFICE AFTER COVID

Key Takeaways: 53% of workers expect to be back to the workplace full time within six months• Southerners are most ready to return; workers in the […]

Resilience, Business Continuity, and COVID-19

Table of ContentsExecutive Summary and Key Takeaways . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . […]

Friends of Chuck….

The Battle of Security Certification. See the poll results of which certifications wins.

When good leaders are poor practitioners

Here’s an embarrassing admission: I’m a lifelong Jets fan. If you need proof that the organization is considered a laughingstock, a 2019 article in Inc. magazine […]