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July 2021 / Volume 58 / No. 7

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SECURITY (ISSN: Digital 2329-1443) Volume 58, Issue 7 - is published 12 times annually, monthly, by BNP Media II, L.L.C., 2401 W. Big Beaver Rd., Suite 700, Troy, MI 48084-3333. Telephone: (248) 362-3700, Fax: (248) 362-0317. Copyright 2021, by BNP Media II, L.L.C. All rights reserved. The contents of this publication may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the consent of the publisher. The publisher is not responsible for product claims and representations. Change of address: Send old address label along with new address to SECURITY, P.O. Box 2146, Skokie, IL 60076. Email: security@omeda.com. For subscription information or service, please contact Customer Service at: Phone: (800) 952-6643 Fax: (847) 763-9538.

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September 27, 2021 –
September 29, 2021
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July 19, 2021 – July 21, 2021
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Learn Through Security’s monthly Solutions by Sector Webinars and earn CEUs in the process. The Security editorial team brings thought leaders together to discuss critical issues and solutions in key sectors. This month’s webinar is "Revamping Security Inside Two Florida Universities" Register here.

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The Challenge of Mask Enforcement Amid the Pandemic
The pandemic has magnified an already fragile psyche among some Americans, whose tendency for violence occurs, incredibly, at the smallest slight. It is likely our nation’s enduring illness of resorting to violence remains with its appending deadly toll even once the health risks from COVID-19 decline.


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How Artificial Intelligence Can Transform Event Venue Security Operations
It is essential for security teams to protect the public by preventing weapons and other prohibited items from being brought into the spaces where people gather for entertainment, learning, worship, and more. Security screening measures therefore need to be efficient to safely process large volumes of people.


Cybersecurity and Geopolitical podcast, Episode 5: White House, Ransomware and Cryptocurrency
Security brings you an entertaining and insightful monthly Cybersecurity and Geopolitical vodcast on the enmeshing of cybersecurity and geopolitics and the new challenges and intriguing flashpoints these bring to enterprise security and risk professionals. This month, CISO Ian Thornton Trump talks with Philip Ingram about the White House’s myopic focus on Russia, the Colonial Pipeline attack and ransomware, along with cryptocurrency and its traceability. View the video or listen to the audio podcast on our site, or tune in via Spotify or Apple podcasts to The Security Podcasts channel.


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Karl Perman

Kirsten Provence
Sr. Manager, Supply Chain Security
Boeing Co.’s S&FP

Kristine Raad
Vice President Security and Safety
Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Jim Sawyer, CPP, CHPA
Director of Security Services
Seattle Children’s Hospital

Dean Alexander
Director, Homeland Security Research Program and Professor
Western Illinois University

Steven Antoine
Chief Security Officer
Yum! Brands Inc.

Guy Grace
Chairman of the Advisory Committee
Partner Alliance for Safer Schools

Jeff Hauk, MSA, CPP, PEM
Director, Public Safety & Police Authority Services
Memorial Healthcare

Security's EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD // Advising editors on topics and trends.

Dean Alexander
Steve Antoine
Guy Grace
Jeff Hauk
Karl Perman
Kirsten Provence
K Raad
 Jim Sawyer

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