As the UK is tightening restrictions, and people are being urged to work from home, there are some important lessons learned that the security service industry can take away from what is now referred to as the first wave of Covid-19.
While security organizations around the world are eager to get back to business, months of stay-at-home mandates have created a workforce who may be anxious or even reluctant to return to physical workplaces in the post-pandemic world.
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For an insider’s perspective on the evolving COVID-19 coronavirus situation, we’ve been talking to a few of our industry experts to help us better understand what’s happening on the front line while we all try to flatten the curve and #stayhome
Given the evolving situation of the COVID-19 coronavirus, TrackTik has put together a primer on the available resources from our Security Industry Associations. We will continue to provide you with additional resources as they become available.
The situation is evolving fast with the TrackTik team keeping track of various resources to give you as much heads up as possible on industry shifts and changes that may impact us - short, medium and long term. One thing for sure is that small- and medium-sized businesses are affected to various degrees. The impact…
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Mark Folmer, CPP, MSyl, and Stephen Meterissian are going overseas to interview some of the best thought leaders in security today.
Security has changed from being considered a necessary evil to being a business enabler. Mike Hurst discusses turning security into corporate success.
Dave Tyson and Mark Folmer discuss the changing role of the CSO and how security is no longer a necessary evil to an organization. Read more about this large shift for the industry here.
What will 2019 look like from a security threat perspective? And what should security professionals be looking out for? Philip Ingram, MBE, a frequently quoted security and intelligence journalist, gives us his insights.
Intriguing acquisitions, industry-changing mergers and developments in ESRM were the big trends in the security industry last year. These changes will have a big impact on security in 2019.