How to Build a Culture of Security article

How to Build a Culture of Security

We say it all the time, but it’s nice to hear it from a colleague for a change. “Security is everyone’s business” may be a popular truism in the industry, but how many security managers can honestly say this philosophy is practiced by their companies? Read more in How to Build a Culture of Security originally published in Security Management.

ASIS WIS meeting

Christine Peterson Presents at WIS Quarterly Meeting

Christine Peterson was the guest speaker at ASIS Chapter 119, RTP Women in Security quarterly meeting. Christine Peterson spoke on the topic “The Importance of an Integrated Security Program.” Chris is a past chairman of ASIS 119 RTP Chapter and very passionate about opportunities for women in security.

YPN Spring Service Day 2016

Nia Singletary Participates in YPN Spring Service Day

As a member of the Young Professionals Network (YPN), Nia Singletary participated in YPN’s annual Spring Service Day on May 6, 2016. Members of YPN took time out of their work days to give back to the community. Members were dispersed throughout the Raleigh area volunteering at the American Heart Association, Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina, Junior …

High Stakes Cyber article

Private Companies Can be Liable for Failing to Maintain Adequate Cyber Security

How much customer data do you have? Is it secure? You should read High Stakes Cyber as published in Security Management. In brief, the FTC can hold companies liable for failing to maintain adequate cybersecurity, even though the commission has not defined minimum cybersecurity standards through rules or regulations. Even in this case, the court did not articulate a minimum …

Campus Safety article about RFPs

What is the Right RFP?

Ensure you get what you ask for! An RFP provides a great opportunity to specify exactly what you want in equipment or a service. Campus Safety’s article “How the Right RFP Can Ensure the Program You Buy Is the Program You Get” provides engaging aspects for developing and issuing RFPs.

Campus Safety article about guns on campus

CCP Holders and Guns on Campus

There are studies that show during times of great stress, a person will experience changes that affect their physiological, sensory and cognitive processes which can prevent appropriate responses in very serious situation. These responses can affect critical decision-making processes. Check out the eleven reservations of a “gun guy.” Should We Allow CCP Holders to Carry Guns on Campus? 11 Reservations …

Wake Tech Criminal Justice Career Day

Criminal Justice Career Day at Wake Tech Community College

On March 17, Emily Liner and Nia Singletary represented Protus3 at the Wake Tech Community College Criminal Justice Career Day, located at their Public Safety Education Campus. As Protus3 representatives, they provided insight into the different career opportunities in the private sector for security professionals.   They gave insight into the different field opportunities such as investigations, security systems design, …

Rusty Gilmore

Rusty Gilmore Attends 2016 Cyber Security Seminar Hosted by Williams Mullen

On March 16, 2016 Williams Mullin hosted the 2016 Cyber Security Seminar, an in-depth discussion on the new developments in cyber security. The featured speaker was Rodney Blevins, CIO, Dominion Resources. Mr. Blevins provided a post-breach business perspective. Additional topics included the evolution of cyber insurance and emerging trends in cyber security management.

Michael Epperly

Michael Epperly Published in Campus Safety Magazine

Campus Safety magazine published “4 Questions Every Campus Should Ask When Hiring a Title IX Private Investigator” by Michael Epperly. Since 2011, the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Civil Rights (respectively, “ED” and “OCR”), has required that all persons involved in an institution’s Title IX grievance procedure – including its investigators – have demonstrable training or experience in conducting …