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We cover a wide variety of topics relevant to corporate security and business continuity teams. Examples include: workplace violence, fraud investigations, enterprise risk strategy, duty of care, GSOC operations, travel programs, physical security systems, site security assessments, supply-chain security, event and meeting security and executive protection.
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Broadcast Tuesday July 14, 2020 Security experts from The Chertoff Group and The NFL share their advice on adaptable COVID strategies. VIEW RECORDING Free Webcast
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Workplace violence (WPV) is a significant challenge facing businesses, with obvious risks to life safety and investor/public relations. According to OSHA, about 2 million people