Guest Submission by Stephen Malin As most Americans know, home security is very important. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, an estimated 3.7 million burglaries and home invasions occurred each year between 2003 and 2007. From petty crimes to…
“The Art of Crisis Leadership” showcases real-life crises, from the Ray Rice scandal that engulfed the NFL’s Ravens to the deadly shootings at Virginia Tech and the tragic Baltimore riots, to illustrate key learning points that will help companies and individuals alike during life’s most difficult times.
Along with the tricks, treats, ghouls and goblins, come spooky Halloween safety hazards that cannot be ignored. To stay safe this Halloween, implement a simple security plan, and keep in mind these 6 tips when trick-or-treating.
Home Depot’s recent data breach became the largest retail breach in history. Home Depot has faced criticism from numerous angles since the reports of this incident broke. It is always crucial to tell your story when all the facts are accounted for.
Is social media the new norm for crisis management? Take a look at these 11 tips for utilizing social media during critical times.
Implementing emergency safety plans in the workplace is just the first step in protecting your company and its employees. Continuously practicing the execution of these plans is what will drastically lessen a company’s chance of becoming tragically affected by an emergency or crisis.
Businesses tend to forget that failure to create a plan for each potential situation can leave them liability and put them at risk if disaster strikes. Protecting your employees and ultimately your brand should be the number one priority for business owners, but it often gets put on the back burner, leaving them vulnerable for crisis.
Target faces multiple law suits after a security breach when about 40 million customers had their credit and debit card data taken.
Holiday shoppers run the risk of becoming victims of both property and personal crimes. Here are seven safety tips that will lower your risk of becoming a victim during this wonderful time of year.
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month. All businesses are at risk of cyber attacks on a daily basis. Read more about what security measures can be taken to assist in preventing the reality of these threats.