social media, social media privacy

Social Media Security Tips

Always think about safety and security FIRST! The use of social media is like letting someone into your personal and professional “house”. It needs vigilant safeguarding and protection. Think carefully about: Who would you let into your house? When would you let them into your house? How would you secure […]

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tailgating problems for corporations and solutions by SACS Consulting

Tailgating: A Bigger Risk Than You Know

The most common physical security breach a company can have is when well-meaning workers let individuals they do not know into your building. Often the person is dressed in the same fashion as other employees or is in a security or delivery person uniform — the unknown person tags along into secure entrances, doorways, or turnstiles.

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Timothy Dimoff, Cleveland Chief of Police

Why the RNC 2016 was a Security Success

Personal Interaction Trumped Intimidation During my week at the Republican National Convention (RNC) in Cleveland, OH I witnessed first-hand an unprecedented approach to security for a large event in the United States of America. Before the start of the RNC, the media outlets were bracing for violence and discord. What […]

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