Security, Life Saftey and Business Continuity Information

by Felix Giannini, FPE, CPP

March 30, 2015

Why would anyone want to spend their precious business time on problems that only happen in bad dreams? Businesses today must stay focused on their profit centers or they will fail. Any activity that deviates from profitability better either be required by law, or have...

March 27, 2015


Emergencies, Disasters, Crisis and Catastrophes: know the difference between these terms. Emergencies require immediate attention, examples are: a local crime spree, nearby forest fire, floods from any source, power failures, accidents, supplier failures, loss of key...

The Southern Connecticut Chapter of ASIS International is proud to launch our new web site and Facebook pages. Our southern Connecticut chapter has a rich heritage of being a part of the original founding chapters of ASIS International from the...

Trade secrets can be a large risk for many businesses. When that is the case, they should be a significant part of a comprehensive business continuity plan. Trade secret loss should be treated just like any hazard a business may face from natural, manmade or technologi...

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