Fatigue Effects and Countermeasures in 24/7 Security Operations
In Fatigue Effects and Countermeasures in 24/7 Security Operations, author James C. Miller Ph.D., CPE, explores the effects of fatigue and night work on human cognitive performance and offers countermeasures that may be used to combat these effects...
From the Ground Up: Security for Tall Buildings
This Connecting Research in Security to Practice (CRISP) Report focuses on security challenges facing tall commercial and residential buildings. Challinger examines security threats, building vulnerabilities, and a variety of current responses. He also reports on research relating to the physical design of—and crime in—such buildings, including risks in car parks. His analysis leads to numerous research-justified recommendations.
Lost Laptops = Lost Data: Measuring Costs, Managing Threats
Replacing stolen units is just the start: lost productivity, damaged credibility, frayed customer relations, and heavy legal consequences can cripple your organization...
Mass Homicides by Employees in the American Workplace
In Mass Homicides by Employees in the American Workplace, the authors analyze 44 cases of workplace mass homicides (WMH) from 1986 to 2011...
Organized Retail Crime: Assessing the Risk and Developing Effective Strategies
Organized Retail Crime (ORC) poses a significant threat to the economic welfare of the $4.7 trillion retail industry in the United States. Fueled by the emergence of Internet auction sites, lack of effective legislation, and the ability to reintroduce stolen goods in the supply chain, ORC is a growing concern that warrants attention from retail, law enforcement, and legislators. In this Connecting Research in Security to Practice (CRISP) Report, Palmer and Richardson summarize previous research, examine measures already in place and the merits and limits of different types of security measures, and offer a number of models to guide practitioners.
Preventing Gun Violence in the Workplace
This Connecting Research in Security to Practice (CRISP) Report addresses the problem of gun violence in the U.S. workplace and strategies to prevent it. Although the problem is not new, it has come to wider attention since the late 1980s as a result of publicity surrounding mass shootings, and research studies that helped to define the problem. Although death is a relatively rare outcome of workplace violence, the majority of homicides are gun-related and have high social, psychological, and monetary costs. Other research in the report speaks to broader workplace violence prevention, absent gun-related violence.
Preventing Burglary in Commercial and Institutional Settings: A Place Management and Partnerships Approach
In this report Tim Prenzler, PhD, looks at how to assess, manage, and respond to burglaries that occur at commercial and industrial sites...
Situational Crime Prevention and Supply Chain Security
Gain insight into situational crime prevention in domestic and international supply chains. Author Haelterman presents a consecutive six-stage approach to mitigate identified and acknowledged risks.
Sports Team Travel Security
This is the latest report in the series. Authored by Jacques R. Island and Peter Tarlow Ph.D., the report explores the unique risks that athletes and sports venues face and provides general mitigation recommendations.
Tackling the Insider Threat
Tackling Insider Threats combines a review of the insider threat literature with findings of a Delphi study to arrive at a new approach to defeating the kind of trust betrayer intent on carrying out catastrophic attack to the organization...