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36 minutes | Jan 8, 2019
Episode 06 - Walls vs Fences
In this episode, I talk about the purpose, benefits, weaknesses, and popular myths about walls and fences. The discussion does have minor mentions of political figures and the topic of border security but this is NOT political conversation. I'm looking at this from a physical security perspective. This is a new format for me (I will cover regular security news and my brief commentary on those topics. Plus, I got rid of the "radio" intros) and I was a bit "off-script" (I didn't print the discussion points).
22 minutes | Nov 4, 2016
Episode 05 - Risk Management & Home Security
In this episode, I cover the missing link to traditional home security advice - the risk management process. After a year or longer absence from blogging and podcast, I'm back to go over the three major components of the risk management process and how to conduct them. By the way, this month I have a free Kindle book giveaway. Give it a go at https://giveaway.amazon.com/p/2b809221600b8ab2#ln-pl. Contest ends on November 17, 2016!!
13 minutes | Nov 29, 2014
Episode 04 - Ferguson - Lessons Learned
During today's podcast, I wanted to continue our discussion on Ferguson with some of the lessons we've learned since August. I focus a lot on some of the mistakes made by Ferguson PD during the early days of the protests. Some of those mistakes are still being made and they offer insight into how we, as security and law enforcement officers, can do better when responding to civil disturbances. Feel free to leave a comment on Twitter using the hashtag @FergusonLessons or visiting the blog at https://www.thesecuritydialogue.org.
9 minutes | Nov 26, 2014
Episode 03 - Ferguson and Why It Matters To Security Professionals
I decided to do an episode about Ferguson, its roots causes, and why it relevant to security practitioners. I also wanted to highlight how constructive discourse on matters of race and inequality should be a premier crime mitigation tool. I want this discussion to be constructive and open to various ideas and opinions. Feel free to reach me on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/scrivenlking or at https://thesecuritydialogue.org to continue the conversation.
46 minutes | Nov 23, 2014
Episode 02 - The Myths of Security
During today's episode, I cover the major myths about security and the ramifications for ignoring them. We'll also explore Mubin Shaikh's book, Undercover Jihadi and close with an interview I conducted with Phil Harris, Founder/CEO of Geofeedia. For more information on how to purchase Mubin Shaikh's book, learn more about Geofeedia, and how you can participate in the discussion, go to https://www.thesecuritydialogue.org
8 minutes | Nov 10, 2014
Episode 01 - Getting The Semantics of Security Wrong
During today's episode, I'll be addressing the dangers of getting the semantics of security wrong. So let's start by defining what security is and how most people perceive it. When many of us think of security, we envision locks and doors. We assume that's what security is. That's actually not true at all. In fact, those are tools which enable us to have security but they don't always make us better protected.
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