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Articles from Security Management (August 1, 2002)

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Title Author Type Words
32-channel multiplexer. (Marketplace). 94
A picture-perfect travel log. (Working Wise). Premo, Rita Brief Article 881
Access control. (Marketplace). 108
Applicant screening. (Marketplace). 90
Building ventilation. (Home on the Page). Brief Article 143
Card printer. (Marketplace). 139
Card printer/encoder. (Marketplace). 126
Church crime. (Home on the Page). Brief Article 163
CIA, Inc.: Espionage and the Craft of Business Intelligence. Beaudry, Mark Book Review 347
Common thieves and uncommon solutions. (Focus on ASIS Seminar and Exhibits). Premo, Rita 2116
Congressional legislation. (Legal Reporter). Anderson, Teresa Brief Article 645
Criminal case files online. (Tech Talk). Brief Article 487
Critical Protection partnership forged. Brief Article 130
Cyberattack report. (Tech Talk). Brief Article 115
Cyberterror volume available. Brief Article 101
Digital recorder training. (Marketplace). 87
Digital video recorder. (Marketplace). 136
Discrimination. (Elsewhere in the Courts). Brief Article 148
Dues increase. (Asis News). Brief Article 450
Ensuring a smooth ride: September 11 drove home the need for good contingency planning and caused many theme parks to review their emergency preparedness plans. (Theme Parks). Wilson, Caroline Industry Overview 2949
Enterprise Security with EJB and CORBA. (Reviews). Vellani, Karim H. Book Review 194
Face recognition blasted again. (News and Trends). Gips, Michael A. Brief Article 282
Fiber transmission modules. (Marketplace). 104
Fingerprint/card reader. (Marketplace). 121
Fire system monitoring. (Marketplace). 101
Graffiti. (Home on the Page). Brief Article 158
Guardsmark. Brief Article 623
Here's why Philips CCTV makes you more profitable. Brief Article 716
High-Tech security projects sought. Brief Article 100
Infant protection software. (Marketplace). 92
Intrusion detector. (Marketplace). 130
IP abuse on the rise. (Quick Bytes). Brief Article 82
Is private security a profession? before security can be considered a profession, it must develop qualification criteria, academic acceptance, and business acumen. (Viewpoint). Axt, David A. Column 1154
Judicial decisions. (Legal Reporter). Anderson, Teresa 1480
Letters. 908
Locks: a de novo review. Brief Article 140
Mail carrier security. (Marketplace). 102
Mini-dome camera. (Marketplace). 83
More pink slips for IT workers. (Tech Talk). Brief Article 230
Network cameras and server. (Marketplace). 122
New resource for Homeland Security. (News and Trends). Gips, Michael A. Brief Article 95
Not all fun and games. (Theme Parks). Fussner, John Industry Overview 4037
Nuclear security. (Home on the Page). Brief Article 292
On the frontlines: how state and local governments battle crime and terrorism. (Public-Private Liaison). Gips, Michael A. 3440
Online masquerade: whose e-mail is it? E-mails carrying viruses like the recent Klez worm use deceptively simple techniques and known vulnerabilities to spread from one computer to another with ease. (Tech Talk). Piazza, Peter Brief Article 980
Only Guardsmark offers health insurance to 100% of its security officers. Company Profile 1165
Onward and upward. (Working Wise). Anderson, Teresa Brief Article 999
Parking lots. (Home on the Page). Brief Article 156
Planting and shaping security success. (Security Design). Atlas, Randy I.; Young, Stanley A. 2195
Pressure-sense exit bar. (Marketplace). 99
Proximity reader. (Marketplace). 97
Pushbutton lockset. (Marketplace). 92
Regulatory issues. (Legal Reporter). Anderson, Teresa Brief Article 311
Security in the Health Care Environment. Thornton, William E. Book Review 385
Security Management: An Introduction. (Reviews). Cizmadia, Bob Book Review 340
Security trumps privacy concerns. Brief Article 168
Shear lock. (Marketplace). 85
Smart Cards and Biometrics studied. (Tech Talk). Brief Article 158
Strategic Council on Security Technology. (Business News). Brief Article 197
Strategic moves in the news. Brief Article 95
Super Terrorism: Biological. Chemical, and Nuclear. Barnard, Paul D. Book Review 440
The eyes have it: hotels need to consider design issues and their intent to get the most out of any surveillance or monitoring equipment they install. (Lodging and CCTV). Hudak, Richard G. 4065
The weal on the bus. (News and Trends). Gips, Michael A. Brief Article 318
Track the ripper. (News and Trends). Gips, Michael A. Brief Article 648
Training cybercrime fire-fighters. (Quick Bytes). Brief Article 84
Wedge-style camera. (Marketplace). 99
Who's been working the railroad? (News and Trends). Gips, Michael A. Brief Article 320
Willing and able, but ready? (News and Trends). Gips, Michael A. Brief Article 151
Wireless monitoring system. (Marketplace). 91
World Without Secrets: Business, Crime and Privacy in the Age of Ubiquitous Computing. (Reviews). Rothke, Ben Book Review 284

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