RESILIENCE TESTING, COURT CASE ON WHISTLEBLOWING, AND ANNUAL SALARY SURVEY
Assistant Editor Holly Gilbert takes over as host of the Security Management podcast this month. She discusses resilience testing for U.S. critical infrastructure with Homeland Security Editor Lilly Chapa. Legal Report Editor Teresa Anderson stops by to discuss legal cases on whistleblowers and privacy. And, finally, Strategic Publishing Director Mike Moran sits down to explore the findings of this year's ASIS International U.S. Security Salary Survey.
COMPUTER THREATS, BIOTERRORISM DEFENSES, COURT CASES ON SECURITY AND MORE
Welcome to this month’s Security Management podcast in which you’ll learn about the evolution of sophisticated computer attacks called advanced persistent threats and how companies can defend against them. You’ll also hear about problems with the government’s Biowatch program and about two important court cases related to security. Sadly, it’s the last one to be hosted by Senior Associate Editor Laura Spadanuta, who is moving to New York to edit a publication at a law firm. But not to worry. You’ll be in good hands still as Assistant Editor Holly Gilbert picks up the mic and takes over the podcasts.
HARASSMENT RULINGS, EMERGENCY RESPONSE PREPAREDNESS, AND BRIDGE SECURITY
Senior Associate Editor Laura Spadanuta talks with Security Management editors about some of the issues covered in this month's edition, including two U.S. Supreme Court rulings on harassment in the workplace, trends in emergency preparedness training and funding, and a look at how New York state is securing its key bridges.
DDoS ATTACKS, SECURITY TRENDS, DETECTION DOGS, AND MORE
Senior Associate Editor Laura Spadanuta talks with Security Management staff about issues in this month's edition, including how to defend against distributed denial of service attacks, progress on training of detection dogs, a seminal report on the state of the security industry, and more.
BACKGROUND CHECKS, EMPLOYEE COMPENSATION, PORT SECURITY, AND MORE
In this month’s podcast, Senior Associate Editor Laura Spadanuta talks with Security Management editors about court cases on background checks and employee compensation. She also discusses port security, detailed further in a feature in this month’s print edition, which includes as well features on how schools are training for active-shooter threats and highlights of the upcoming ASIS Annual Seminar and Exhibits in Chicago.
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