As a security leader, do you better support the industry and serve your employer by attending in person events or do you play it safe and attend virtually, forgoing the in-person conversations, random encounters, and charged environment that bring so much value to these conferences? Risk professionals needs to weigh look at the data, look at the advice, and weigh the pros and cons of these situations, to maintain their status as a leader within the organization.
A resume or CV is an important component for any job search tool kit. However, there are other, newer ways to enhance or present your qualifications that you may not have previously considered. Taken together, you will have a multitude of options available to showcase your talents to potential employees.
For my first installation of Security’s Leader to Leader column — for which I will interview security leaders across industries on their careers, their challenges and their views of risk and resilience every few months — I was fortunate to spend time with Shelley Benoliel, Head of Physical Security & Business Resilience at Zoom Communications, to talk about her career and her approach to the security industry.
Law enforcement officials in Hartford, Conn. will use an unmanned aircraft system (UAS) to help with police pursuits and investigations. The department will have a total of four certified drone pilots.
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) awarded more than $479 million in airport infrastructure grants to 123 projects at airports across all 50 states, American Samoa and Puerto Rico.
Increased reliance on automation and new technologies to assist with meter reading, leak detection and other operational goals have opened a host of attack surfaces. Given the ever-evolving and multi-faceted threat landscape, sharing and collaboration are essential to water and wastewater security and resilience.
Dr. Kelly Fletcher, Performing the Duties of the Department of Defense (DoD) Chief Information Officer, talks about the department’s cybersecurity priorities in a rapidly changing technology landscape.
Operation GhostShell, a highly targeted cyber espionage campaign, attacks the aerospace and telecommunications industries mainly in the Middle East, with additional victims in the U.S., Russia and Europe.
The “Ransom Disclosure Act would require ransomware victims to disclose ransom payments within 48 hours of payment — including the amount of ransom demanded and paid the type of currency used for payment of the ransom, and any known information about the entity demanding the ransom.
Existing partnerships between mental health professionals and local police forces have reduced emergency hospital admissions by around 80%, according to the Canadian Mental Health Association of Waterloo-Wellington Director of Services Jeff Stanlick.
A new study from meQuilibrium, “Overwhelmed: Threats to Employee Wellbeing Persist & Employer Support Remains Critical,” focuses on employee burnout and perceived employer support, highlighting the importance of workplace safety.