Featured Security Resources

Best practices and research on security and safety from leading organizations and foundations.

5 Steps to Protect Your Company's Physical Security

By Securitas Hawaii Director of Secuirty Lee Donohue, from Hawaii Business Magazine.

As Securitas Hawaii’s Director of Security, former Honolulu Police Chief Lee Donohue oversees security operations and offers his advice for protecting your company's physical security.

See his five steps to protect your company's physical security

“Top Security Threats and Management Issues Facing Corporate America” Survey Report

This report reflects Securitas USA’s survey of a wide range of security managers and directors from Fortune 1000 companies and other industry participants responsible for the safety and security of corporate America’s people, property, and information.

Learn more about the 2019 Top Security Threats

Business Preparedness & Hurricane Risk

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Key data points demonstrate the opportunity companies have to recover quickly and capture market share after a hurricane. Companies that are prepared to handle temporary loss of business can return their operation to normal more expeditiously than others and are well positioned to meet consumer demand.

Learn more about Business Preparedness & Hurricane Risk

Crisis Planning and Response: Preparing for the Unexpected

By Securitas VP of Sales Robert Russell, from Campus Law Enforcement Journal

How prepared is your organization for a crisis, whether caused by people or by nature? Carefully developed and implemented crisis management plans are vital for lessening the potential impact of an unforeseen event.

Learn more about Crisis Planning and Response

 

Industry Challenge: Addressing Mental Health Issues on Campus

By Securitas Northeast Region Director of Training & Development Robert Steadman, from Campus Law Enforcement Journal

Adaptation to a new social structure (one in which they are now at entry level), intense academic pressure, reduced familial support, campus activity obligations, the struggle to find balance in nutrition, exercise, workload and a newly broadened social life—all condensed typically to campuses as microcosms of the areas in which they are located.

Learn more about Mental Health Issues on Campus.

Or, for more campus security topics, visit IACLEA's website.

Enterprise Security Competency Model

As a result of the previous research and survey findings produced through the collaboration of the ASIS Foundation with the University of Phoenix/Apollo Education Group, the U.S. Department of Labor has now published the “Enterprise Security Competency Model.”

View the interactive competency model.

Enterprise Security Risks and Workforce Competencies

This publication discusses competencies security professionals will require in training, education and certifications, and where technology and business will be in 2025.

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Improved Security & an Automated Visitor Experience

Securitas developed a customized, fully automated entry approach to help this Homeowner's Association improve security while sticking to the budget.

Find out how