New Series of Free Corporate Security Videos Available
The Security Executive Council has released of a series of free security resources covering a variety of topics, from critical incident response, to executive protection, to defining the cost of security.
Calculate the Real Cost of Catastrophe
It’s indisputably cost-effective for an organization to invest in property risk improvement, starting with properties that are most at risk of a loss and most important to its profits.
International community unprepared to deal with catastrophic biological event
Tabletop by the Nuclear Threat Initiative uncovered major gaps in international coordination, information sharing, and attribution between health and security officials.
Security Seldom Involved in Certain Preparedness Exercises
A recent practitioner poll by the Security Executive Council found that security leaders are seldom participating in corporate drills and tabletops that deal with cyber incidents, supply chain disruptions, or civil disturbances.
Climate Change Still Seen as the Top Global Threat, but Cyberattacks a Rising Concern
In a 26-nation survey conducted in the spring of 2018, global warming is just one of many concerns
New Bill From Elizabeth Warren Proposes Potential Jail Time for CEOs Over Massive Consumer Data Breaches
Warren’s proposal comes at a time of heated public debate over the perception that big corporations haven’t been held accountable for major breaches of consumers’ privacy and personal data.
Fake news can cause 'irreversible damage' to companies — and sink their stock price
Companies are hiring third-party firms to trawl social media to make sure fake news won’t dent their share price.
Congress introduces bill to improve 'internet of things' security
The Internet of Things Cybersecurity Improvement Act wants to make sure the federal government isn't buying devices that can be easily hacked.
Study: Active Shooters Ranked as Top Organizational Threat, but Majority Lacking Necessary Safety Measures
The findings portray a corporate environment with heightened security awareness, which has not, however, translated into tangible preparedness efforts for the majority of organizations.
Don't Buy A Breach: Ten Cybersecurity Red Flags To Look For During M&A Due Diligence
The Marriott security breach is a mergers and acquisitions (M&A) object lesson and highlights the crucial role cybersecurity validation and audits must play during the due-diligence phase.
Georgetown launches think tank on security and emerging technology
One issue the center will study, Matheny said, is the extent to which the nation’s artificial intelligence workforce depends on foreign citizens and how immigration policy affects that workforce. Another: How can companies, universities and governments protect information from theft and misuse?
Facebook uses its apps to track users it thinks could threaten employees and offices
An exploration of the tension between OSHA requirements to maintain a safe and secure workplace and Facebook using its own product to mine data for threats and locations of potentially dangerous individuals.
Businesses Fail To Manage Risk Despite Preparing For ‘Major Crisis’
Corporates aren’t prepared to tackle the headwinds of market risks, according to two separate reports.
The Human Factor in Social Media Risk
Experts agree: The greatest cybersecurity risk modern businesses currently face comes from people — not from a lack of firewalls or security policies.
What PG&E And 2018's Fires Can Teach Investors And Business Owners About Climate Risk And Resiliency
Our access to electricity and to clean water is increasingly tenuous in an era of compounded vulnerability due to climate change. So if you’re an investor or a business that relies on access to electricity and clean water, you are now on notice that you are at risk.
Don't Ignore These 10 Global Business Risks In 2019
From coordinated cyberattacks on national critical infrastructure to a supply chain disruption of telecommunications components to an increase in terrorist activities on civilian targets, the number of potential disaster scenarios continues to grow in number and complexity
How The FaceTime Bug Puts Business At Risk (And What To Do About It)
Is the FaceTime bug a threat to business? Maybe. Could it be an opportunity to show leadership and foster trust? Yes.