|The subject matter ranges from workplace violence and cyber bullying to campus safety
U.S. Security Associates (USA) announces the release of a collection of new white papers exploring a variety of today’s top security issues. With subject matter ranging from workplace violence and cyber bullying to campus safety and cyber intelligence, the new publications bring together information and insights from the industry thought leaders and security company experts shaping the way America manages evolving risks and threats.
White paper topics
Computer system intrusions and data theft are in the spotlight again with recent news that the FBI is investigating the St. Louis Cardinals for hacking the Houston Astros’ database. USA’s white paper on “Cyber Intelligence and Containment” provides a timely look at a proactive solution more and more organisations are implementing to protect their sensitive data and information.
Gun violence is another risk that continues to threaten institutions of all shapes and sizes. The recent church shooting in Charleston, South Carolina is a case in point. USA’s “Workplace Violence and Employer Responsibility” white paper provides contemporary tools and strategies organisations can use to build workplace violence prevention, education, and intervention into their very DNA.
In a second white paper focused on security concerns in the workplace, USA’s authors tackle the issue of the rising use of social media for cyber bullying, cyber harassment, and cyber stalking in the workplace. “Protect People and Profitability from Cyber Forms of Workplace Violence” identifies cyber threat protection measures that organisations can incorporate into existing workplace violence plans.
Campus safety is another pressing concern in America today, with gun violence, missing students, and other campus tragedies frequently making national headlines. “Campus Safety Concerns: Do You Relate?” provides a framework for examining the safety – or vulnerability – of a college or university campus, through the lens of five core relationships.
“Making 'Cents' of Your Security Program” acknowledges the relentless pressure on security departments to accomplish more with fewer resources. This white paper helps security executives protect the security budget, defend security program decisions, and effectively articulate return on security investment.