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Published By: SambaSaftey     Published Date: Mar 15, 2019
Today, it’s commonplace for companies to check the motor vehicle records (MVRs) of their drivers once a year. That’s considered due diligence. But what if one driver gets a moving violation or a citation for driving under the influence three weeks after the report was pulled? It could take months for that potentially costly issue to come to light. Likewise, a driver safety policy issued annually is typically worth about as much as the paper it’s written on. There is great potential in setting high standards and creating positive driving behaviors, but this must be a continual process informed by concrete policies, shared motivation to improve, useful data, and quality leadership. Fortunately, several important practices can help companies create a better safety culture –saving money, reducing risk and legal vulnerability, and keeping employees and communities safe. Here’s how.
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Published By: MobileIron     Published Date: Aug 20, 2018
The new generation of mobile devices, applications, and cloud services significantly improve agency efficiencies. Tasks that were once relegated to timeconsuming deskwork, are now performed in the field, and with improved accuracy. Because of this, more and more public safety agencies are adopting these new technologies. One purpose of the FBI’s CJIS Security Policy is to enable agencies to fully leverage mobile devices, but without sacrificing security. Mobile devices introduce a variety of new threat vectors and risks. Careful consideration of these risks is important to maintaining information security. Threats to mobile devices stem mainly from their size, portability, and available wireless interfaces. Examples of mobile device threats include: • Loss or theft of device • Unauthorized access to device • Mobile operating system vulnerabilities • Communication over untrusted networks • Malware or malicious Apps • Jailbreak or rooting activity • Data loss through user behaviors
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criminal, justice, information, services, cjis, compliance
    
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Published By: K 12 Insight     Published Date: Apr 13, 2018
After Parkland, Safety is on everyone’s mind. While physical safety measures, such as metal detectors and door locks can help, school leaders also have to think about emotional safety. Do students feel safe in your schools? Download this guide, and learn three ways to give students and parents a voice in the school safety discussion.
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school safety, k-12, bullying, school leaders, safety policy, threats, communication
    
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Published By: Egencia     Published Date: Oct 16, 2012
Read what Wendy Aird, Vice President, US Sales and Account Management for Egencia and Greely Koch, Director at Acquis Consulting Group, have to say about how todays' modern-day travel policies can be customized to truly impact your bottom line.
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travel management, travel policy, corporate travel
    
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Published By: Kaspersky Lab     Published Date: Dec 12, 2014
Do you know the most common risk factor for corporate cybercrime? Employees. Download Kaspersky Lab’s Top 10 Tips for Educating Employees about Cybersecurity to learn more.
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kaspersky, cybersecurity, employee knowledge, internet safety, cybercrime, security policy, phish, threats
    
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