Policy and Procedure Flow Chart

A Company Model for Developing Policies and Procedures

Christine L. Peterson, CPP, ISP Security Policy and Procedure Development, Security Program Development

While attending the NCMS Carolinas Chapter meeting at Cisco Systems recently, I saw a presentation by Mark Whitteker, MSIA, CISSP, ISP. Mark comes out of the IT security world, so most of his presentation focused on IT security. He also presented a segment on Building a Comprehensive Security Architecture Framework that might benefit all of us. What Mark shared with …

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Data Security: Where There Is Data, There Should Be Policy

Russell W. Gilmore, CISSP, CISM, EnCE Compliance, Computer Forensics, Corporate Compliance, Security Policy and Procedure Development, Security Program Development

The recent report by the Wall Street Journal about the Morgan Stanley breach scares me as an employee. Reportedly Galen Marsh, a financial adviser for Morgan Stanley, was fired for allegedly stealing account information from about 350,000 wealth management clients and posting some of it online. The part that concerns me are the reports that federal law enforcement officials are …


RMA Exhibits at IACLEA Southeast Regional Conference and SCCLEA Safety Conference

Protus3 Clery Act, Compliance, News, Security Planning, Security Policy and Procedure Development, Security Program Development

RMA participated as an exhibitor at the IACLEA Southeast Regional Conference & the SCCLEA Safety Conference hosted by Furman University in Greenville, SC. The conference brought together over 250 campus law enforcement administrators from across the southeastern United States. The Director of University Police, Tom Saccenti and his staff provided all the participants with gracious southern hospitality with the beautiful …


Chris Peterson and Mike Epperly are Keynote Speakers at the NCACLEA 2015 Winter Conference

Protus3 Title IX, zzzInvestigation

RMA was pleased to be able to support the North Carolina Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (NCACLEA) as keynote speakers at the NCACLEA 2015 Winter Conference. The conference was hosted by the Wake Tech Community College Police Department and held at North Campus at the Wake Tech Community College Public Safety Center. Chris and Mike presented “Clery Compliance Update: …

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Mike Epperly Attends Association of Title IX Administrator Investigator Training

Protus3 News, Title IX, zzzInvestigation

In January Mike Epperly attended Association of Title IX Administrator Investigator Training (ATIXA). ATIXA’s training is a comprehensive training class focused on treating campus sexual misconduct as a civil rights discrimination and investigation. Civil rights investigations are not police-led investigations, and it is not the same as investigating a student conduct violation. Title IX investigation skills are specific and highly …

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Rusty Gilmore Speaks at the ASIS Chapter 119 Monthly Meeting

Protus3 Computer Forensics, News, zzzInvestigation

On Wednesday January 21, 2015, the local Chapter of ASIS International, ASIS Chapter 119 held their monthly meeting at the PNC Center in Raleigh, NC. Rusty Gilmore was the guest speaker. Rusty gave a presentation on Computer and Network Vulnerabilities: Steps to Protecting Your Systems and Data.

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Rusty Gilmore Presents at the ProNet Systems Executive Briefing 2014

Protus3 Computer Forensics, News, Training

The annual ProNet Systems Executive Briefing was held on December 9, 2014, at the City Club in Raleigh, NC. The event was titled, “Keeping up with Security Trends and Technologies.” Some of the key speakers included: Alan Jelley, ProNet Systems, Inc. – New Technology Advancements and Trends Nathan Schroeder, Focus Sales; Ryan Bach, Avigilon – Totally Integrated Access & High …

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Avoiding Pandemic Paranoia

Billy Gordon Green, Jr. M.Ed., CPP, CHS Security Program Development, zzzBlog, zzzSecurity

Twice during the past decade and a half, the specter of pandemic has been a cause for prudent worry in the public health sector, among business continuity planners, and certainly within the security community. Security professionals would not be tasked with reducing the impact upon the public or generally with providing for the continuity of operation for a large corporation, …

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Managing Global Integration of Systems

Kevin M. McQuade, CPP zzzBlog, zzzSecurity, zzzSecurity Systems

During the last several years, we have seen many companies expanding within their own organization or through mergers and acquisitions. Growth of any kind challenges the expansion of systems utilized within the company or organization, such as network infrastructure, payroll systems, and other technology. One area that is always a challenge is the security systems that protect the organization. Card …

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The SaVE Component of the Clery Act

Christine L. Peterson, CPP, ISP Civil Rights, Clery Act, Compliance, Corporate Compliance, Ethics, SaVE Act, Security Master Planning, Training

Are You Ready for October 1, 2014? According to the CDC, on average, 1 in 5 women (18.3%) and 1 in 71 men (1.4%) reported experiencing rape at some time in their lives. In a study of undergraduate women, 19% said that they experienced an attempted or completed sexual assault since entering college (Source: http://www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention/pdf/sv-datasheet-a.pdf). The victimization of college students …