We recently relocated to the West Coast for work, to enjoy the lifestyle living by the ocean brings, and focus on new challenges for my employer.
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Privacy Vs. AnonymityPrivacy and anonymity are different things entirely. Privacy means the exchanged information is not visible to people outside the conversation but the parties to the conversation are known or can be identified. Anonymity means that at least one party to the conversation is unknown and cannot be identified. Your network connection should be set-up to provide privacy and facilitate anonymity.
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In the digital age, document control is even more important than in the age of IBM Selectric typewriter.
Part 1 explained the nature of security intelligence (SI) and its OPSEC challenges. This installment explains the OPSEC challenges facing security intelligence in an iconic commercial enterprise or location.
Government agencies at all levels have their eye on the music festival industry and are working closely with promoters and producers of major events to make sure that best practises are followed. The goal is to ensure the public and others that the event will be safe and enjoyable for all that attend, as well as for the host community.
Due diligence and risk mitigation are common terms used in the security industry. What do they really mean? In simpler terms they refer to taking all necessary steps, given your budget and resources, to reduce the odds of harm coming to patrons or staff, while reducing the liability to the promoter.
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