Podcasts Security Management Highlights April 201504/01/2015Holly Gilbert StowellDEEPWATER HORIZON CASE, EXTREMIST GROUPS RECRUITING WESTERNERS, GETTING C-SUITE BUY-IN, AND MORE16:4231.4 MBThis month, Host Assistant Editor Holly Gilbert Stowell speaks to the editors of Security Management about their stories in the April issue. Legal Report Editor Megan Gates tells us more about the cases she covered this month, including a class action lawsuit against restaurant chain PF Chang’s, as well as the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Homeland Security Editor Lilly Chapa explains her article on extremist groups like the Islamic State recruiting Westerners to join their ranks, and what steps governments are taking to address the problem. Finally, Senior Editor Mark Tarallo sits down to discuss his article on how security professionals can garner C-Suite buy-in for projects. Download audio file Download Count: Security Management March Highlights 201503/15/2015Holly Gilbert StowellLEGAL ISSUES, LONE WOLF TERRORISM, BIG DATA, AND EXECUTIVE PROTECTION25:3747.3 MBThis month, Assistant Editor Holly Gilbert Stowell speaks with Legal Report Editor Megan Gates about the cases she covered for the March issue, including one about a spyware app that can intercept phone calls and text messages on a smartphone. Homeland Security Editor Lilly Chapa talks about the growing threat of lone wolf terrorism and the dangers it poses. News and Trends Editor Mark Tarallo stops by to explain the concept of Big Data and how it’s being leveraged to create actionable intelligence. Finally, Benjamin Hockman of Control Risks in Bogota, Colombia, recounts some of his lessons learned in executive protection. Download audio file Download Count: Security Management February Highlights 201502/04/2015Holly Gilbert StowellPRIVACY AND DISCRIMINATION CASES, PORT SECURITY, LOSS PREVENTION, AND EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT19:1935.3 MBThis month, host Holly Gilbert Stowell speaks with Legal Report Editor Megan Gates about the cases she covered this month. Homeland Security Editor Lilly Chapa talks about U.S. cargo operations and whether current standards are doing enough to keep ports safe. News and Trends Editor Mark Tarallo joins in to discuss loss prevention strategies that retailers can use to prevent global shrink. Finally, Andrew Woods, author of BOOM! Engaging and Inspiring Employees Across Cultures, explains more about his article on employee engagement. Download audio file Download Count: Security Management Highlights January 201501/07/2015Holly Gilbert StowellCOURT CASES, FBI REPORT ON ACTIVE SHOOTERS, AND A PROFILE OF THE NEW ASIS PRESIDENT19:4936.2 MBIn this month’s podcast, Assistant Editor Holly Gilbert Stowell speaks to the editors of Security Management about the stories they covered for the January issue. Legal Report Editor Megan Gates tells us about the cases she covered, including the recent conviction of four employees of the company formerly known as Blackwater Worldwide. News and Trends Editor Mark Tarallo talks about a report issued by the FBI on active shooters in the United States. And finally, Contributing Editor Ann Longmore-Etheridge stops by to tell us more about her profile of the new president of ASIS International, Dave N. Tyson, CPP. Download audio file Download Count: Security Management Highlights December 201412/01/2014Holly Gilbert StowellEUROPEAN AIRPORT SECURITY, EBOLA MAPPING, MEDIA SAFETY, AND COLORADO'S NEW MARIJUANA LAW21:5140.02 MBThis month, host Assistant Editor Holly Gilbert Stowell sits down with Homeland Security Editor Lilly Chapa to talk about her article on liquid restrictions in European airports and changes that could be coming soon. News and Trends Editor Mark Tarallo tells us more about his story on how scientists and researchers are mapping communicable diseases, as well as an article about safety for journalists when reporting in conflict zones. Finally, we speak to Eugene Ferraro, CPP, PCI, and chief ethics officer of Convercent, Inc. about a sidebar he wrote in the December cover story regarding Colorado’s new marijuana law. He’ll explain the new legislation, and what the legal ramifications are for employers. And we’ll introduce “Ask an Expert,” a new feature to the podcast where we have your security-related questions answered. Download audio file Download Count: 1 - 5 of 781|2|3|4|5|6|7| Next|View All WHAT'S A PODCAST A podcast is a digital audio file (usually MP3 or AAC) made available for download on the internet through an RSS 2.0 feed. The web address of the media file is contained in the enclosure tag of an item in the XML file. A podcast's RSS feed is updated each time a new media file is published. An aggregator for podcasts (such as iTunes or iPodder) is used to subscribe to the RSS feed. The software automatically checks for and downloads new audio files. If desired, the file can then be synced to a digital audio player.(source: www.how-to-podcast-tutorial.com).