Checking In With Ryan Loughin President Of NextGen Security

Your Security Adviser Talks NextGen Security With Ryan Loughin I had the opportunity to meet with Ryan Loughin, President of NextGen Security, and his partner CEO Frank Brewer, in their new office in Exton, PA. Frank, Ryan and I have been colleagues since my days at Drexel University when Security […]

Visiplex Specializing In Wireless Emergency Notification Solutions

Your Security Adviser Talking Visiplex Wireless Emergency Notification Solutions With Pat Devine I recently had the opportunity to talk to Lisa Fogt, the Digital Marketing Manager for Visiplex, a provider of Wireless Emergency Notification Solutions. Lisa reached out after seeing one of my blog tweets on mass notification systems, and […]

ZipBridge Simplifies Team Communication During Emergencies

Your Security Advisers Talks To Bob Williams About How ZipBridge Simplifies Team Communication ZipBridge simplifies team communication to connect your team by phone during any emergency. One of the most important parts of any emergency preparedness plan is the ability to assemble your team. ZipBridge simplifies team communication by providing a […]

Emergency Preparedness Plans – Prepare – Plan – Practice

Developing Your Emergency Preparedness Plans As National Preparedness Month draws to a close take time to evaluate your emergency preparedness plans. Businesses, schools, families and individuals need to take the necessary steps to prepare and plan for a variety of emergencies. Once you develop your plans, don’t forget to practice […]

School Safety and Security Tech a Democratization

School Safety and Security Tech A Millennials Perspective What is the democratization of school safety and security tech and what does it mean for school administrators? At school safety and security conferences that I attend with my company Ruvna, I tend to stick out a bit. It’s not the beard, […]

Emergency Communication Plan Preparedness Reminder

Your Emergency Communication Plan Preparedness Reminder Consider National Preparedness Month as your reminder to develop, update, share, and practice your Emergency Communication Plan. Although National Preparedness Month is geared towards families and communities, it is the perfect reminder that you, your family, school, and business needs an emergency communication plan. […]

September Is National Preparedness Month 2016

It’s National Preparedness Month 2016 ARE YOU PREPARED? Did you know that September is National Preparedness Month 2016 so “Don’t Wait, Communicate, Make Your Emergency Plan Today.” Have you made your family preparedness plans, school emergency response plans, family plans, pet care plans, or special event plans in the case of […]

Security Professionals Training Guide To Pokemon Go

Your Very Own Security Professionals Training Guide To Pokemon Go A Security Professionals Training Guide to Pokemon Go will help keep your facility safe, you safe, and your family safe from the resurgences of Pokemon fanatics. If you haven’t heard of Pokemon Go, you may be in the minority; it […]

Tom King and Your Security Adviser Talk Communicated Threats

Talking Communicated Threats With Executive Director Tom King I recently had the opportunity to catch up with a good friend of mine, Tom King after a recent presentation on Communicated Threats at the 2016 IACELA Conference. Tom is the Executive Director of Campus Security at Haverford College and Bryn Mawr […]