The Health Care Workplace Violence Prevention Act would direct OSHA to create a standard that would require healthcare facilities to develop and implement facility- and unit-specific workplace violence prevention plans.
IT security leaders are calling for an end to the complex password. They foresee biometrics, dual-factor authentication and eventually a new “whole person” approach to identity as being among the not-too-distant remedies for password malaise.
Upgrades to the Wireless Handheld Readers and Suprex® Reader-Extenders from Cypress Integration Solutions include the Security Industry Association’s OSDP Secure Channel, which safeguards the wireless connection.
Traditional and online retailing are increasingly intertwined as customers seamlessly shop across touchpoints and the industry uses both platforms to better serve them, according to the annual State of Retail Online study by the National Retail Federation and Forrester.
With the recent tragedies that have occurred on campuses as a result of domestic violence, now is a good time for schools to evaluate or re-evaluate their institution’s readiness and response capabilities to threats and incidents of domestic violence.
Linking cyber and physical security together transforms alerts into actionable intelligence. By capturing and analyzing data in real time, financial organizations gain a visual representation of risks across the business while accessing information related to the most critical events happening at any given time.
When confronting a drone (Unmanned Air Vehicle/Unmanned Air System) operating in or around their area of responsibility in an unsafe manner, most people would like to bring it down immediately. Unfortunately, in most situations, it is unlawful to interfere with the flight path of a drone. The most important response that can be done legally is detection.
Security professionals are tasked with addressing reputational risk as well as physical risk, but are our own departments and industry doing enough to avoid being a risk to the enterprise as a whole? It’s time to take a good, hard look at your workplace and ask if it is inclusive, supportive and fair.