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  • Incorporating Security Into Controlled Substance/Biotech Facility Design

    Incorporating Security Into Controlled Substance/Biotech Facility Design For most organizations, security is primarily focused on protecting one or more facilities and all people and data from physical and cyber intrusions. However, the best practices associated with security systems must be “leveled-up” when designing facilities to manufacture controlled substances like drugs or conduct biological research—whether constructing

    March 11, 2022
  • Understanding Insider Threats and Mitigation Techniques

    Understanding Insider Threats and Mitigation Techniques Malicious activity that originates from persons with authorized access to critical assets is considered an insider threat. Harm—measured by a negative impact to availability, confidentiality, or integrity of those critical assets—can be done intentionally or unwittingly by current or past employees, consultants, contractors, or trusted business partners who have

    November 30, 2021
  • Designing and Building an Effective SOC That Meets Your Unique Needs

    Designing and Building an Effective SOC That Meets Your Unique Needs All SOCs are not created the same. There is no specific blueprint for an effective Security Operation Center (SOC); one size does not fit all. When you do the appropriate homework before you begin the design process—looking at your organization’s specific needs, holistically—you will

    November 1, 2021
  • How disruption can help lead to innovation in today’s security programs

    How disruption can help lead to innovation in today’s security programs Our idea of modern workspace has been disrupted, redefining security’s role in the workplace. The continuing unknowns on when and how to reopen have made one thing clear—the distributed workforce model is here to stay. Physical security departments will have to not only continue

    June 3, 2021
  • Best Practices around Security through Environmental Design

    Best Practices around Security through Environmental Design It is a common assumption that the entrances of the buildings need the most protection. However, limiting security efforts to the front door would still be leaving your building vulnerable to security threats. A proper design and effective use of the built environment leads to a reduction in

    September 17, 2021
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