Podcasts SPECIAL EDITION: ASIS Security Week in Orlando08/22/2016Holly Gilbert StowellASIS TO HOST INAUGURAL SECURITY WEEK In conjunction with the 62nd Annual Seminar and Exhibits, ASIS International is launching its inaugural ASIS Security Week, Sept. 11-15 in Orlando. The program will provide small business owners with free expert-led education on the fundamentals of security and preparedness planning. Security Week kicks off with a free Community Preparedness and Prevention Seminar on September 11 from 2:00-5:00 pm at the Hyatt Regency. Hear from expert panelists with decades of experience working in local and national security. Download audio file Security Management Highlights August 201608/03/2016Holly Gilbert StowellSCHOOL SURVEILLANCE, OLYMPIC SECURITY, TRADE SECRET THEFT, AND MOREDo schools and surveillance cameras mix? News and Trends editor Mark Tarallo has the scoop on a recent study. Cybersecurity editor Megan Gates explains new data security regulations in the European Union, and what affected companies can do to ensure they’re compliant, Homeland Security Editor Lilly Chapa explains security challenges surrounding the upcoming summer games. Plus, Brian Johnson, PhD, professor at the School of Criminal Justice at Grand Valley State University, tells us about the study he co-authored exploring recent cases of trade secret theft, and how to prevent future crime. Download audio file Security Management Highlights July 201607/01/2016Holly Gilbert StowellSURVIVING A CYBER INCIDENT, U.S. CRISIS COMMS, AND BUSINESS SKILLS FOR SECURITY LEADERS24:2533.5You’ve been hacked–what steps you should take next? Assistant Editor Megan Gates has the scoop on how to handle a cybersecurity incident. The U.S. government has struggled to establish strong emergency communications capabilities during a crisis. Senior Editor Mark Tarallo explains what steps the feds are taking to improve. Plus, Chief Global Knowledge and Learning Officer Michael Gips talks about the business skills he learned at the Wharton/ASIS Program for Security Executives. Download audio file Security Management Highlights June 201605/31/2016Holly Gilbert StowellVISA OVERSTAYS, NUCLEAR SECURITY, WOMEN IN CYBERSECURITY, AND THE REBRANDED CSO CENTERHundreds of thousands of foreigners are overstaying their visas in the United States each year. Homeland Security Editor Lilly Chapa talks about how DHS is combatting the problem. Senior Editor Mark Tarallo explains how world leaders been preparing for nuclear disaster scenarios. Assistant Editor Megan Gates gives us the scoop on the state of women in cybersecurity, and what can be done to increase gender diversity and inclusion. Plus Don Taussig, CPP, director of global security at Land O'Lakes, Inc., stops by to talk about ASIS International's newly rebranded CSO Center. Download audio file BONUS: Municipal Warehouses - Combating Complacency05/15/2016Holly Gilbert StowellBONUS: MUNICIPAL WAREHOUSES - COMBATTING COMPLACENCYLax oversight of municipal warehouses can be costly. Complacent management, employee theft, and antiquated inventory systems can all lead to the loss of millions of dollars of public funds. Marshall K. James, director of training for JGW Group in Reston, Virginia, stops by to talk about how these locations can be better managed to reduce shrink. Download audio file 31 - 35 of 131Previous |4|5|6|7|8|9|10| 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.