Security Management Highlights brings the security professional expert interviews and information on the most critical industry topics. Join host Chuck Harold as he interviews thought leaders and industry professionals, as well as editors from the magazine.
December 2022: The Art of Resilience—Proactive Training, Leadership, and Preparedness
Samuel Redman studies where crises and museums intersect, and he found that crisis moments rarely occurred in isolation, building into complex scenarios that museum security professionals need to help manage to keep the institution resilient and safe. In this episode of SM Highlights, learn how creative thinking and a broad perspective help museums manage financial, security, climate, and cultural challenges. Also, Yan Byalik, CPP, shares how the City of Newport News, Virginia, expanded and evolved its floor warden program to boost incident response capacity and preparedness.
November 2022: Hone Your Threat Assessment Skills for Buy-In, Plus Travel Risk Management
How can you earn buy-in from reluctant or uninformed stakeholders about threat assessment programs, workplace violence, travel security, and more? In this episode of SM Highlights, hosted by Chuck Harold, Cornelis van Putten explains how changing terminology can change the lens through which non-security personnel can view and participate in threat assessments. Also, Mackenzie Grahek outlines how to build more inclusive and secure travel risk assessments that support at-risk employees, including women, minorities, and LGBTQ+ individuals.
This episode is sponsored by RaySecur (https://www.raysecur.com/)—Listen for an exclusive interview with CSO Will Plummer about how mail threats are evolving alongside workplace violence trends.
October 2022: ESG—A Board Priority and a Matter of Life and Death; Plus BEC Scams and Defenses
Security and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) priorities may seem like strange bedfellows, says Lindsay Whyte, but where boardrooms are concerned, security can enable advancement in ESG efforts and ESG can be a matter of life and death—especially in isolated locations with high-value resources. In this episode of SM Highlights, hosted by Chuck Harold, learn more about ESG as a crisis management tool.
Also, learn from Tonia Dudley from Cofense about how business email compromise (BEC) fraud is evolving to take advantage of business processes and routines and what it means for security professionals.
GSX Daily: Using Empathetic Service to De-Escalate Scenarios
What role do empathy and “service from the heart” play in effective security missions? These approaches enable Alex Jadrich, manager of public safety, security, and emergency management at the Denver Zoo, to connect more successfully with his team, his customers, and his guests and drive a more positive interaction with the organization. In this episode of the GSX Daily podcast, Jadrich and host Chuck Harold discuss management approaches, de-escalation, and influence.
Want to learn more? Join Jadrich at GSX 2022 for his session, Why Security Organizational Administrators Need to Lead with Service from the Heart, on Wednesday, 14 September: https://gsx22.mapyourshow.com/8_0/sessions/session-details.cfm?scheduleid=55
GSX Daily: Virtual Reality—Where Science Fiction Comes Closer to Fact
Threats in the virtual world often effect threats in the real world—and vice versa, especially as more assets exist solely in the metaverse. GSX 2022 speakers Amanda Lewis and Scot Walker, PCI, join GSX Daily podcast host Chuck Harold to discuss how technology, artificial intelligence, and science fiction can create challenges and opportunities for security professionals. This episode was sponsored by Dataminr—exhibiting at GSX in booth #3825.
Learn more during Lewis and Walker’s GSX 2022 session, What Does Trust and Safety in Virtual Reality Really Mean?, on Tuesday, 13 September: https://gsx22.mapyourshow.com/8_0/sessions/session-details.cfm?scheduleid=68
GSX Daily: How Good Hospital Security Programs Mitigate Risk While Developing ROI
Hospitals are often a “cesspool of stress,” says Marilyn Hollier, CPP, but that doesn’t mean security professionals can’t help relieve some pressure and improve outcomes for patients and staff. Here, Hollier joins the GSX Daily podcast—sponsored by Dataminr (https://www.dataminr.com/ )—to discuss her upcoming GSX 2022 session on healthcare security. Hospital security has been undergoing significant changes in recent years, and security leaders face rising cases of targeted workplace violence. But is the solution bringing more armed security officers onto healthcare campuses?
Join the discussion in the session Are Armed Police or Security Officers an Effective Solution to Preventing/Responding to Armed Violence in Hospitals? on Monday, 12 September, at GSX 2022: https://gsx22.mapyourshow.com/8_0/sessions/session-details.cfm?scheduleid=30