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Our mission is to create a culture that challenges traditional security thinking, embraces technological change and predicts future security demands by leveraging our knowledge and expertise and sharing it with security professionals. We're committed to providing relevant, up-to-date content across a variety of media.
U.S. Election Intelligence Report: October 30This report details the security environment ahead of election day on November 3rd.
COVID-19 INTELLIGENCE REPORT Latin america: oct 29th 2020This report details the evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic in Latin America.
The Limitless Creative Applications for SecurityIn this episode Billy Langenstein, Director of Security Services and Investigations for the National Football League joins the team to talk about how the security team can generate data valuable to other departments and help support the goals of an organization, breaking the stereotype that a security department is a cost-center.
CYBER/PHYSICAL RISKS TO BUSINESSES WITH REMOTE/HOME WORKERSA webinar with a risk expert, a cyber consultant and a member of the FBI where they discuss the cyber and physical threats associated with remote/home workers.
New Pandemic-Spurred Training Programs for Security PersonnelAs a result of COVID-19 the roles of security personnel have expanded prompting their training to change as well. Managing this while adhering to social distancing regulations have challenged our industry to innovate.
Returning to Work during COVID-19In this episode, the team is joined by Rachelle Loyear, a respected security industry expert and author with experience designing Business Continuity Plans (BCP) and Return to Work strategies.
KEEPING SECURE DURING COVID-19 WEBINARBe part of a discussion on how companies are continuing to secure their properties, people, and assets amid COVID-19. Here is your chance to ask the experts in the industry your most pressing questions.
COVID-19 Coping Strategies for Business ContinuityA full length report that presents the latest scientific information about the disease, counter measures and coping strategies.
Security 4.0 The Road to the FutureAs an industry, security must be mindful of taking an untried path, to avoid opening up security risks as we make the transition to Security 4.0. If done correctly, our transition will bring similar benefits in efficiency, effectiveness, and overall empowerment for the human side of the human-technology team.
Why Moving to a Risk-Based Approach Helps BusinessToday’s security leaders encounter many challenges. They have to operate with reduced budgets and face challenging and evolving risks on a daily basis.
Onboarding Best Practice Delivers Secure, Compliant EnvironmentThe security landscape has evolved and new threats have emerged for organizations. Security teams need to do more with their systems to keep their employees, assets and building secure.
Security and Drones: A Force for GoodWhen people think about drones, it’s generally not in a positive light. But the technology that has long been viewed as a means to invade privacy, or threaten businesses, governments and industrial operations, actually has the potential to play a significant role in integrated security programs.
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OUR VIEWSThese reports, guides and whitepapers are created by G4S Academy thought leaders and guest contributors to provide practical information on current security challenges and threats.
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Cyber/Physical Risks to Businesses with Remote/Home workers in the midst of COVID-19
Watch this webinar on demand where Robert Dodge, President, G4S Corporate Risk Services is joined by a cyber consultant and a member of the FBI as they discuss the cyber and physical threats associated with remote/home workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
You should have a good general knowledge of your security program and be able to rate the effectiveness of its components. Complete the risk survey, and receive an analysis of the highest rated security risks your organization faces. Your responses are compared against industry standards and generally accepted practices of security risk assessment.