Gone are the days when strategic lighting and several ‘Neighborhood Watch’ signs provided residents peace of mind that they lived in a safe community.
Our private data is coveted by cybercriminals, hackers and even foreign governments. Our information has tremendous value; thus we need to figure out the best ways to safeguard our data.
Welcome veteran Harold Underdown to AU! Harold recently joined AU from U.S. Security Associates (USSA) after a distinguished 30-year career with the United States Navy as Master Chief Naval Special Warfare (SEAL).
Hospitals are designed to optimize patient care, but they may not always be designed for optimal security.
Jonathan, a decorated soldier, served over 10 years in the United States Marine Corp. He states that he had always wanted to be a Marine since the age of 14 years old.
The ability to articulate one’s needs, make informed decisions designed to improve, change or transform quality of our life enables us to be the captain of our ship.
Successful Safety Programs build better houses of business. Structure, resources, communication and engagement are the four pillars needed to achieve an injury free work place while ensuring industry regulatory compliance.
To help you avoid missteps and “game day” risks, we’ve put together the following tips to help you create a tactical plan no matter what type of event you attend that will help you protect yourself and your family.
The adage “it takes a village” aptly applies to creating safe and nurturing campuses, as developing and maintaining a safe school environment cannot fall solely on administrators or government agencies.
Whether it’s because you’re burning the midnight oil to meet a deadline or an important project caused you to lose track of time, working after hours is often an unavoidable byproduct of a great work ethic. The quiet office one encounters after the work day ends lends itself to increased productivity, and many workers find they can focus better in such an environment.