May 2021 / Volume 58 / No. 5
To maintain a unified security and safety operation during closure, many museums and cultural heritage institutions have relied on tried-and-true security and risk management practices, and repurposed their time and energy to reassess, monitor and explore additional risk-mitigation measures to safely reopen and welcome the public back through their doors.
Just like about everything else in the world, the loss prevention/asset protection space has been hugely affected by the pandemic and the “traditional” threat landscape for security professionals in this area has evolved over the past year and half. Let’s take a look at pain points, best practices and COVID-19’s impact on loss prevention. By Sarah Ludwig Rausch
Enterprise security risk management is an approach where organizations should consider the risks versus potential impact in order to dictate when and how often they assess risk. The ESRM approach to risk management and security is meant to keep a security program agile and responsive. Learn about the keys needed to implement an efficient ERSM program. By Will Anderson and Michael Gips
The Security Department at the El Centro Regional Medical Center (ECRMC) was put to the test, tasked with supporting the expansion of the hospital’s patient load to 50% above licensed capacity – far beyond any patient census in the hospital’s history. William DuBois, Security Department Manager at ECRMC, led the physical security through the pandemic, ensuring the Department’s updated mission of assuring the safety and security of patients, staff and visitors while maintaining the assets and business continuity of the hospital. By Maria Henriquez
ADM and its security team, including Kevin Wujek, Insider Threat Coordinator, tapped into existing data, both inside the company and publicly available, to enable informed decision-making and real-time insight into the company’s COVID-19 pandemic response plan including contact tracing, location insight and information, and facility occupancy. By Maggie Shein
From the onset of the pandemic, Sanofi’s North America Security Operations & Technology team has worked across the enterprise to provide critical in-house applications and communications to departments and leaders, be on the frontlines of on-location response efforts, ensuring operational continuity, as well as the safety and security of the company’s staff and assets. By Maggie Shein
Boeing took a project management approach to its comprehensive, unified COVID-19 pandemic response co-led by the organization’s Security & Fire Protection and Health Services business units. Putting communication and actionable data at the forefront, the organization made informed decisions to minimize operational disruption and ensure the safety of its employees including site suspensions, COVID-19 specific protocols, PPE distribution and more. By Maggie Shein
As COVID-19 remains a threat, security leaders at sporting events and entertainment venues need to pivot and change course as needed — relying on security technology, procedures and policies to support the health and safety of players, fans, visitors and staff. Here is a sampling of security technologies offered. By Maria Henriquez
Multicare Health System based in Washington State has begun a journey of unifying its video surveillance management and access control under one platform, yielding better situational awareness, streamlining investigations and providing an additional level of safety and security to staff and patients alike. By Maggie Shein
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