People, Risk, and Security: How to prevent your greatest asset from becoming your greatest liability

Rethinking People, Risk, and SecurityThe Importance of PeopleThe Evolution of People, Risk, and Security ThreatsPeople and Their ActionsIntegrated People, Risk, and Security ManagementAdapting the Risk Management Process ModelThe Causes of New ThreatsThe Complicating FactorsUnexpected Aspects of Evolving GlobalizationThe Double-Edged Sword of Advances in TechnologyProliferation of Nuclear TechnologyNew Challenges to the Traditional Model of the Nation-StateVulnerability of Economic and Infrastructure SystemsIncreased Risk of BioterrorismIncreasingly Dangerous Environmental RisksBacterial and Viral EvolutionManaging the People Risks to OrganizationsUnderstanding the Insider ThreatThe Barings Bank CaseLessons for ManagementWhat is the Code of Business Conduct?A Primer on Political Risk and TerrorismThe Basics of Political RiskAnother type of political riskThe Basics of TerrorismTypes of TerroristsLevels of Terrorist ExpertiseRecent Asymmetric Attacks: The French ExperienceJanuary 7, 2015August 21, 2015November 13, 2015Political Risk and Terrorism InsuranceManaging Cyber SecurityMalicious Actors Who Pose Cyber Security RisksHow Cyber Warfare Can Affect BusinessesTools Used by Malicious ActorsThe Sony HackThe Dark WebComputer Fraud and Abuse ActEncryption and AnonymityThe Onion RouterThe Bangladesh TypoCyber Security in a NutshellEconomic Espionage and Business IntelligenceThe Basics of Economic Espionage and Business IntelligenceEconomic Espionage TacticsIncrease Employee Security AwarenessA professional demonstrationTake a breakIncrease Operations SecurityOther Security MeasuresLimit your exposureSuggested Protection StrategiesBusiness Continuity PlanningBusiness Impact AnalysisRecovery StrategiesObservationTesting the Business Continuity PlanCritical Functions and ServicesSuccession Plans for Critical PositionsDelegation of AuthorityAlternative FacilitiesCommunicationsRecords and Systems ManagementHuman ResourcesLessons from Cantor FitzgeraldManaging Crisis and DisasterJohnson & Johnson Tylenol CrisisCrisis management exercisesDeepwater Horizon DisasterReport to the PresidentManaging Complex Systems'Complex Systems Almost Always Fail in Complex Ways'Piper Alpha DisasterLessons from the Nuclear IndustryLessons from the Fukushima DisasterHow to Avoid Operational DisastersEveryone is Responsible for Safe and Efficient OperationsOrganization Leaders Constantly Demonstrate Their Commitment to Safe and Efficient OperationsTrust Permeates the OrganizationDecisions Are Driven by Safety and a Primary Concern for the Organization's Human ResourcesA Questioning Attitude is Encouraged and CultivatedOrganizational Learning is Fully EmbracedThe Organization's Commitment to Safe and Efficient Operations is Constantly Examined and Re-evaluatedPlanning for PandemicsLessons from the Ebola ScareDeveloping a Pandemic PlanCommunications are ImportantThe Emerging Zika Virus ConcernsEffective Substance Abuse ProgramsExxon Valdez SpillWhy Have an Alcohol and Drug Policy?Typical Program PrinciplesWhen to TestPre-employment TestingThe three martini lunchReasonable Cause TestingPost-incident TestingRandom TestingWhat to Test for?Alcohol LevelsOther IssuesReducing Workplace ViolenceTypes of Workplace ViolenceHigh-Profile CasesSan Bernardino ShootingGermanwings Flight 9525School ShootingsLife Emergency TrainingAn Interview with Jim McDonnellCapitol Hill experienceRobert Simon's Cycle of Workplace ViolenceThe New World of Corporate SecurityManage Risk Not SecurityGuns, Gates, and BadgesFuture Challenges
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