Christine Peterson

Integrated Security at Rotary Club of Crabtree

Protus3 News, Security Program Development

Chris Peterson presented “What is Integrated Security and Why Does it Matter to You?” at the Rotary Club of Crabtree. An integrated security program operates best when the business and security processes work together in harmony. Starting from the ground up, this presentation addresses creating a solid foundation that facilitates your company’s mission, while integrating and operating a security program …

Durham Police Headquarters Complex Completed

Protus3 News, Security Schematic Design, Security System Bid Process and Evaluation, Security System Budget Development and Estimating, Security System Concept Development, Security System Construction Document Development, Security System Design Development, Security System Testing and Commissioning

Protus3 completed the Security Design and Support Services Project for O’Brien/Atkins for the Durham Police Headquarters Complex. The Durham Police Headquarters Complex will be an iconic City of Durham facility housing many sensitive police and public safety functional areas. This building must present and promote a sense of public trust, confidence, and safety to the community. It must also maintain …

OWASA Cane Creek Reservoir

Remote Water Sites Security Implementation Completed for OWASA

Protus3 News, Security Assessment, Security Product Evaluations, Security Schematic Design, Security System Bid Process and Evaluation, Security System Budget Development and Estimating, Security System Concept Development, Security System Construction Document Development, Security System Design Development, Security System Testing and Commissioning

Orange Water and Sewer Authority (OWASA) selected Protus3 to perform a Security Assessment, Security System Design, and Project Management of Remote Water Sites. This project encompassed ten locations previously defined by OWASA. Scope of Work The initial project included an electronic security assessment for all ten OWASA facilities. The objective of this assessment was to evaluate the electronic security of …

Protus3 Completes Comprehensive Security Assessment for Gilbarco Veeder-Root

Protus3 News, Security Assessment, Security Survey

Protus3 completed a Comprehensive Security Assessment for Gilbarco Veeder-Root. Protus3 reviewed the Greensboro Manufacturing Facility as well as the Greensboro Storage Facility. The report provided a robust narrative that helps explain concepts of physical security. It also included security recommendations, best practices, and industry-related observations that will support leadership in developing a consistent unified approach to a security program. The …

GRCC Annual Meeting 2018

Protus3 Attends Raleigh Chamber Annual Meeting

Protus3 News

Protus3 was a proud sponsor of the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce’s 130th Annual Meeting on September 21, 2018.  The Raleigh Chamber is a key leader, collaborator, and connector in our region. Their ability to innovate and learn from other communities plays a critical role in our region’s recognition as a wonderful place to live, work, and do business.  The …

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Campus Security: Parents So Concerned They Are Willing to Pay for It Themselves

Christine L. Peterson, CPP, ISP News, Security Program Development, Workplace Violence

Campus security and safety of students, faculty, staff and infrastructure should be a foregone conclusion. Unfortunately, it is not. Campus Safety recently published an article entitled Parents So Concerned about School Safety They Are Willing to Pay for It Themselves. You can read the entire article here. Active Shooter Events Time and again we are horrified by active shooter events targeting …

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FBI Tech Tuesday: Building a Digital Defense Against Travel Scams

Russell W. Gilmore, CISSP, CISM, EnCE Computer Forensics, Electronic Data Recovery, Mobile Forensics, News, Security Program Development, Training

The FBI investigates many categories of crimes including travel scams. As a result, they receive many tips that can be beneficial to the public when passed along. I am glad that the FBI has increased the process of alerting and educating the public about certain security issues. This is most evident as it relates to internet and computer security. Most …

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Back-to-School Cyber Safety

Russell W. Gilmore, CISSP, CISM, EnCE Computer Forensics, Mobile Forensics, News, Security Program Development

It is that time of year again for many parents to think about cyber safety for their children. We are sending our children back to school. They have their phones, tablets and computers and are ready to start a new year. This is the perfect time to think about their cyber safety. One such safety category is keeping your children …

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PGA Hack

Russell W. Gilmore, CISSP, CISM, EnCE Mobile Forensics, News, Security Program Development

It appears the PGA was hacked and fell victim to a ransomware attack. According to some reports, attackers used BitPaymer Ransomware. As a result, attackers can hack into remote desktop services connected to the internet. If I have said it once I have said it a hundred times: Do not allow Remote Desktop Services to connect into your network from …