Once a security assessment is complete, there’s an important end product: a written report that contains the outcome of the assessment. Recently, however, presentations have been eclipsing reports in importance. Here’s why.
There have always been ways to quantify and qualify risk, but are risk scores all the same?
Policy reviews should be done annually. After all, if you're not reviewing your policies regularly, your employees probably aren’t reading them either.
Doors, locks, cameras and guards — there are a lot of security measures that companies can take to stay safe. But the one telling sign of a high risk organization isn’t one of those — it’s the fire extinguishers.
Firing a potentially violent employee is a worrying task, but an exit interview can make the process go more smoothly.
Ask the Expert: I Heard A Rumor About Sexual Harassment, but No One Has Made A Formal Complaint. What Should I Do?
You’ve heard rumors of sexual harassment at your organization, but no one has made any complaints. What should you do?