About the Podcast

Secure or Not is a podcast that questions all things security - why they exist and how they influence our daily behavior. Hosts interview experts and thought leaders in the physical security industry and try to make sense of security norms that we interact with regularly, some you’re probably aware of, and some you’re not. The team weighs in on trends — both in the security industry and others — and how they’re shaping the future of safety and security.

Latest Podcast

Secure or Not Episode 6

The Limitless Creative Applications for Security

In 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.

The Definition of Security Madness

In this episode the UK team discuss evolving risk profiles, risk assessments and the future of security planning.
Secure or Not Podcast Episode 4

Returning to Work during COVID-19

In 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.
Secure or Not Podcast Episode 3

Working Remotely, Securely

In this episode the team is joined by Paul Carter, a global IT executive and expert to talk about the movement to working remotely as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Secure or Not Podcast Episode 2

COVID-19 and the "new normal" 

Well traveled guest, Peter Ford to discuss the evolving COVID-19 pandemic and its affect on security. 
Secure or Not Podcast Episode 1

The Future of Access Control with guest Richard Evans

Richard Evans joins the podcast to help make sense of the fobs, key cards and dongles we use to get into the office, the gym or our homes and what is the future of access control?


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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.

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