Podcasts Security Management Highlights March 201702/28/2017Holly Gilbert StowellPRIVATE PRISONS, LIABILITY COURT CASES, AND SERVANT LEADERSHIP 25:40The Trump administration reverses a decision on the use of private prisons. Security practitioners can learn from past court cases centering on liability. Plus, how managers can apply the servant leadership principle. Download audio file Security Management Highlights February 2017 02/01/2017Holly Gilbert StowellDDOS ATTACKS, FBI DATABASES FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT, AND EMPLOYEE BURNOUT22:47Cyber experts warn a recent denial of service attack that made international headlines could become the new normal. There may be holes in two FBI programs that use facial recognition technology to search a database containing 64 million images and fingerprints. And could you or your employees be suffering from burnout? Download audio file SPECIAL EDITION: U.S. Presidential Inauguration Security01/13/201717:23J. Kelly Stewart, CEO and Founder of Newcastle Consulting and former secret service agent, discusses security at the U.S. Presidential inauguration. Plus, Kristin Rubin, Legislative Director for Government Affairs and Public Policy at ASIS International, discusses how the Society is paying attention to the new Congress and administration. Download audio file Security Management Highlights January 201701/04/2017Holly Gilbert StowellINTERNET CENSORSHIP. 114TH CONGRESS WRAP-UP, AND INVESTIGATIONS23:54Homeland Security Editor Lilly Chapa discusses Internet censorship abroad, Legal Report Editor Megan Gates provides a wrap-up of security-related legislation in the 114th U.S. Congress, plus an interview with Joe LaSorsa, CPP, on the investigative process and how companies can take advantage of the intelligence cycle to prevent workplace violence. Download audio file Security Management Highlights December 201612/07/2016Holly Gilbert StowellEMERGENCY ALERTS, VIOLENCE IN MEXICO AFFECTING INTERNATIONAL BUSINNESSES, PLUS METRICS AND THE MATURITY MODEL15:05 News and Trends Editor Mark Tarallo discusses drug-related violence in Mexico and its effect on international commerce. Homeland Security Editor Lilly Chapa talks about wireless emergency alerts and how researchers are looking to improve them. And Tom Schultz of Ernst & Young, who co-authored this month’s cover story with Tim Williams, CPP, tells us about the maturity model used at Caterpillar Inc. that could propel your security program to greater success. Download audio file 1 - 5 of 1111|2|3|4|5|6|7| Next|View All Subscribe to Security Management Highlights Security Management Highlights is a monthly podcast that brings the security professional expert interviews and information on the most critical industry topics. Each month, host Holly Gilbert Stowell interviews thought leaders and industry professionals, as well as editors from the magazine. Bonus material and interviews are also offered to the listeners throughout the month. The podcast is also available on iTunes and SoundCloud. Be sure to subscribe on those platforms so you don’t miss an episode.