Overlapping security issues are the main impediments to controlling Ebola’s spread in the DRC. How do local perceptions figure into the threats to aid groups and can lessons from the crisis be applied to lower your organization’s risk profile abroad?
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If you’re interested in the intersection of security risk, sustainability, and responsible business, read our colleague’s interview with a corporate…
With sources of security threats and sources of data increasing exponentially over the past several years, safety and security personnel in all industries have begun to see the value of an intelligence program. In partnership with Campus Safety Magazine, this webinar explains how intelligence analysis can assist professionals in the education sector with monitoring for and assessing threats. The presentation focuses on explaining preventive monitoring strategies, showcasing intelligence techniques and approaches, as well as highlighting technologies that can help in collecting and managing information. It also describes how intelligence can feed into violence risk assessment for individuals on and off the campus. View the complimentary webinar hosted by Daniil Davydoff.
Social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, as well as specialized social networks and encrypted messaging apps have come under attack for facilitating violent extremism and serving as violent ideology laboratories.
Being safe, not merely feeling safe, is essential to an effective learning setting for students and school staff. Washington state recently made significant progress with the passage of a bill which addresses non-firearm measures to enhance school safety.