This week – Festival security, Prison conditions and Baby surveillance

What is trending this week in the world of resilience?

Douglas Grant analyses the importance of emergency management preparedness for festivals and large public events, Phil Gurski reflects on convicted terrorists prison conditions, and SEC Consult confirms mother’s suspicion she was spied on by her baby monitors.

Find below links our top five publications this week.

The debate over prison conditions for convicted terrorists

PHIL GURSKI – The debate over prison conditions for convicted terrorists
There was a very interesting juxtaposition of stories on violent extremism this week in two Western, democratic nations where two acts of terrorism shocked their populace’s in recent years.

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Preparing festivals and community events for emergencies 2

DOUGLAS GRANT – Preparing festivals and community events for emergencies
Communities are well aware of the importance of festivals as places to socialize, unwind and spend time with friends and family. Yet they often represent large gatherings of people where safety and security must be a priority.

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US Supreme Court boosts privacy with mobile data ruling

US Supreme Court boosts privacy with mobile data ruling
Landmark decision will force US government to obtain warrant for location data.

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The key ingredient in Food Safety

The key ingredient in Food Safety
As Quality Manager at KMC, the Danish-based food ingredients company, Marianne Dam explains how ISO 22000 is used and the many benefits it brings to food management systems.

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Researchers warn of hackable baby monitor

Researchers warn of hackable baby monitor
SEC Consult confirms mother’s suspicion she was spied on.

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