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Prevention Podcast, Season 2, Episode 39: Foreign Espionage Targets Universities on Massive Scale

The FBI and the Department of Homeland Security have been reaching out to universities across the country in an effort

Prevention Podcast, Season 2, Episode 38: Major Issues In Cyber & Insider Threat Risk Management

#BeCyberSmart #CyberAware The increasing integration of cyber and physical critical infrastructures is challenging our ability to adequately detect emerging threats

Prevention Podcast, Season 2, Episode 37: What Every HR Professional Should Know About De-Escalation

We know from studying the history of workplace violence that prevention is possible right up to the last moment before

Prevention Podcast, Season 2, Episode 36: When School Shootings & Hospital Security Collide

School shootings are a traumatic event for any community that experiences them. But for the local hospitals that must treat

Prevention Podcast, Season 2, Episode 35: Should We Change How We Teach Run, Hide, Fight?

On this episode of the Prevention Podcast, host Dan Verton talks to Northern Virginia Community College Police Commander for Strategic Planning and Community Outreach John Weinstein about what it really means to run, hide or fight, and why current training programs and protocols for active shooter response are falling short.

Should We Change How We Teach Run, Hide, Fight?

Hiding and barricading oneself is too often the default response to active shooter incidents and this can put students and employees at far greater risk.

Prevention Podcast, Season 2, Episode 34: Insider Threat Awareness

September is Insider Threat Awareness Month. In this episode of The Prevention Podcast, host Dan Verton explores the evolving nature of the insider threat and taps into some valuable educational resources produced by the Department of Homeland Security.

The Prevention Podcast, Season 2, Episode 32: Learning From Close Calls In Travel Risk

How do small, medium and large enterprises learn from travel safety and security incidents? And how do they feed those lessons back into their travel risk management programs?

The Prevention Podcast, Season 2, Episode 31: The Travel Industry’s Dark Secret — Human Trafficking

Twenty-five million people are exploited in human trafficking globally. Nearly 5 million are sexually exploited. And 1 out of every

The Prevention Podcast, Season 2, Episode 30: Oregon’s Health Care Violence Prevention Toolkit

Nearly three quarters of all workplace assaults in the u.s., regardless of industry, occurred in health care. In fact, nurses

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