G4S Launches Security Risk Management Model

G4S Launches Security Risk Management Model | #TpromoCom #Security #Business #Marketing | Providing insight into the return on your security investment www.g4s.us

September 13, 2018, Jupiter, FL — G4S, the world’s leading integrated security company, introduces the G4S Security Risk Management Model, a risk-based, data-driven approach to oversee enterprise security management. G4S helps businesses learn how to mitigate risk through a suite of software tools developed in partnership with industry experts and Georgia State University’s Center for Process Innovation. (please continue to scroll)

Security Risk Management Model

To build this tool, G4S went outside the security industry and worked with an academic partner, the Georgia State University Center for Process Innovation, to help them look at the issue from a completely new perspective. Using an Effects-Based Design planning method, G4S developed a comprehensive, consistent, and easy-to-use model that takes security risk management to a whole new level.

Through analyzing a customer’s risks and evaluating their resources, G4S and its related business units work together to deliver a resolution with proven methodology, backed by expertise, experience and research.

“Our Security Risk Management Model uses researched-backed tools, combined with our highly trained Risk Management team, to deliver a customized security program that helps our clients prevent, contain and recover from risk,” said John Kenning, Regional CEO, G4S Americas. “We help our clients determine what their risks are and where to focus more resources to improve security.”

Security risk management is the backbone of a security program. It provides a holistic approach to optimizing an entire security program, helping to identify obstacles to security risk issues, while providing insights into the potential return on investment.

The G4S risk-based approach through the Security Risk Management Model minimizes threats by addressing risks in proportion to their size and complexity. G4S works with clients to determine every resource they want to protect, the potential risks to these resources, and possible resolutions to mitigate the risks. After completing the assessment, clients can choose the level of service that fits their organization’s security risk management needs.

For more information visit www.g4s.us or email info@usa.g4s.com.

Three lines of defense: APD shares how to protect your home or business

Three lines of defense: APD shares how to protect your home or business | #TpromoCom #CrimePrevention #Crime #Video | The Amarillo Police Department spent Thursday evening interacting with members of the community in an effort to reduce crime.

The goal of the new Community Crime Prevention Program is to help reduce the chances of someone falling victim to a crime.

The program drew a full room as residents came to hear tips on how to beat the number one crime in our area – theft.

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How to train your network: the role of artificial intelligence in network operations

How to train your network: the role of artificial intelligence in network operations | #TpromoCom #AI #ArtificialIntelligence #Network #IT | A network that can fix and optimize itself without human intervention could become a reality soon – but not without some training. With the help of machine learning and artificial intelligence, software-defined networks can learn to help with network management by using operational data.  Initial application of AI to WAN operations includes security functions such as DDoS attack mitigation as well as near real-time, automated path selection, and eventually AI-defined network topologies and basic operations essentially running on ‘auto-pilot’.

Enhancing IT operations with artificial intelligence (AI), including configuration management, patching, and debugging and root cause analysis (RCA) is an area of significant promise – enough so that Gartner has defined the emerging market as “AIOps”. These platforms use big data and machine learning to enhance a broad range of IT operations processes, including availability and performance monitoring, event correlation and analysis, IT service management, and automation (Gartner “Market Guide for AIOps platforms,” August 2017).

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A new frontier for artificial intelligence: energy development in rural America

A new frontier for artificial intelligence: energy development in rural America | #TpromoCom #AI #Energy #ArtificialIntelligence | It could turbo-charge our analysis of applications filed under the National Environmental Policy Act and help us catch impacts before they happen. Other kinds of development proposals could benefit, too, were the application to catch on.

Two people – a programmer and graduate student at Stanford University, and the XL Pipeline researcher, also at Stanford – were immediately excited about the idea and agreed to help me get started.

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What’s the latest in surveillance systems?

What’s the latest in surveillance systems? | #ESC_LLC #video #surveillance #schools | In campus environments, there are unique challenges not present in a typical commercial surveillance system deployment. A deployment that spans multiple buildings can seem complicated for operators whose main job focus may not be full-time video monitoring.

There are technologies that are available to help mitigate these issues. Some are new, and others have been in existence for years. It’s important to review and be aware of these technologies, especially if you’re thinking about upgrading your existing system. http://ow.ly/W1hFT

College Planning & Management

Artificial Intelligence is on the Move – so Keep Up!

Artificial Intelligence is on the Move – so Keep Up! | #TpromoCom #AI #ArtificialIntelligence #Society | There’s considerable talk of putting AI’s in charge of high-profile, critical infrastructure. But is it wise to do so? Should the United States government have a say as to whether U.S. companies can retire their human workforce in order to utilize a non-human AI counterpart? Where’s that fine line between cost cutting and national security? Security eNews covers the AI issue from front to back.

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Stolen vehicle prompts Sheriff’s Office to offer crime prevention tips

Stolen vehicle prompts Sheriff’s Office to offer crime prevention tips | #TpromoCom #Crime #Trending #Sheriff #CrimePrevention |  Deputies located the stolen vehicle nearby on their way to take the report, according to the Sheriff’s Office news release. 

Deputies also recovered a stolen bicycle on the same street where the vehicle was stolen. A second vehicle was gone through and the keys stolen. Both vehicles were left unlocked with the keys inside.

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Carver County Sheriff's Office

Editor’s Note: The Sheriff’s list is commonly used among crime prevention experts. There’s some good ones there for sure, but the one that was not included that is probably the most important is this, “Be aware of your immediate surroundings at all times.” You should be aware of those around you, what they are doing, and pay particular attention to instinct–if you feel in danger, move now!  –Al Colombo