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American Water Infrastructure Act of 2018 (AWIA) Compliance
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The article “Resilient Surveillance in Rugged Environments” – by Adam Stone (SecurityMagazine.com, March 20, 2020) addresses the range of challenges enterprise security professionals face when it comes to using video in rugged terrain and remote locations.
The article “Unique and Developing Security Challenges in Healthcare” – by Frank Pisciotta & Bryan Warren, CHPA, CPO-1 (SecurityInfoWatch.com, March 9, 2020) addresses how hospitals are challenged to assure staffing adequacy in the face of increasing risk.
Still under investigation: Cervejaria Backer to recall all products manufactured from October 2019 to the current date due to death related beer poisoning. For more information read the full article in Food Safety News, January 15, 2020
Did you know that your company can be FDA compliant but still have major exposure to intentional audulteration? Learn more by viewing the article “How Companies are Coping with Intentional Adulteration Rule Enforcement” as seen in (Food Engineering Magazine, January 6, 2020)
The article “Food Defense and the Insider Threat” – by James T. Summers and Frank Pisciotta (Security Management, January 2020) addresses critical strategies in protecting the food and beverage supply from insider threats.
“A Secured Entrance Is The First Defense Against An Active Shooter” – by Greg Schreiber (SecurityInformed.com)
ASIS International Food Defense and Agriculture Security Council vice chair Frank Pisciotta shares insights in the July 2019 ASIS News article spotlighting the council.
“Gunshot Detection Devices: The New Frontier in Security Equipment?” – by Frank Pisciotta, Patrick Wood, CPP (SecurityInfoWatch.com, September 16, 2019)
“Roundtable Discussion: Security Systems Lifecycle Considerations, Effectiveness and Cost Control” – by Frank Pisciotta (Security Systems News, August 23, 2019)
“Traction with the ‘See Something, Hear Something, Say or Do Something’ Campaign” – by Frank Pisciotta on LinkedIn
Since implementing your recommendations, we have had Zero outside influenced WPV incidents; we have had Zero on property vehicle burglaries, or vandalism; and we have had Zero WPV incidents on our parking lot; we have had Zero weapons brought into our site / building.
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From the time we made first contact with BPS, they were responsive to our questions and needs. The report BPS provided was concise, clear and well done. BPS discovered vulnerabilities that we were not aware which was invaluable to us. To assist us in maximizing our value, BPS looked for cost-effective security solutions and made reasonable recommendations. We would recommend BPS to other colleges and universities and we look forward to the opportunity to work with them again in the future.
The security experience that BPS has developed over the years has been very evident during our meetings and work sessions and we feel that this has provided an invaluable perspective in the unbiased assessment of our vulnerabilities. It is clear that the Geneva Office of The New York State Health Department is also very pleased with the draft summaries of work completed to date. The health department has even gone so far as to suggest that our VA and ERP may in fact become the prototype for similar documents that must be prepared by other small to mid-sized water systems in our area.
BPS is our preferred security provider assisting PotashCorp to meet our endeavor to provide consistent effective security at our facilities across the globe, as well as our need for a firm that is fiercely independent and utilizes accepted methodologies for identifying security risks. I value the BPS team’s independence and vendor neutrality and would highly recommend them to any organization interested in providing the highest level of protection for people, assets and sensitive information.
BPS is intimately familiar with the intricacies involved in keeping the healthcare environment safe and secure which includes a good working knowledge of security system engineering and design matters. Their process was thorough and addressed all aspects of potential workplace violence. We recommend BPS services to other organizations seeking high quality, independent security consultants.