How to Recognize and Avoid Election-Related Fraud

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) have issued an announcement to help the public recognize and avoid spoofed election-related internet domains and email accounts during the 2020 election year. “Spoofed domains and email accounts are leveraged by foreign actors and cybercriminals and can be easily mistaken forContinue reading “How to Recognize and Avoid Election-Related Fraud”

Leaders are More Concerned with Physical Security Than Ever Before

The COVID pandemic has spurred the C-suite to recognize that ineffective health and safety protocols expose their people and their businesses to serious risk, according to a new article in Security Management Magazine. According to author Brian Phillips, CPP, PSP, “senior leadership is more concerned with physical security than ever before, advancing many security and risk professionals into a strategic position within the business.”

“While organizations should run risk assessments on a regular and ongoing basis,” he says, “most risk assessments tend to take place after a specific event or incident. COVID-19 has created a point in time where all companies must reevaluate their physical security program to factor in both current and future pandemic-level threats. If you haven’t already, it’s time to dust off those risk evaluations and take a serious look at your security posture.”

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