News & Updates

September, 2017

Crisis in Southeast Asia – Making Smart Continuity of Business Decisions

Southeast Asia and the Korean Peninsula in particular have been dealing with a growing wave of alarming news: missiles and threats seem to fly with increasing frequency and magnitude; nuclear tests and talk of apocalypse, sanctions and the beating of the war drums are sure to set people’s nerves on edge.
September, 2017

Retail Loss Prevention in the Age of Online Shopping

Retail is diversifying and moving away from the traditional brick-and-mortar domain; it is reasonable to assume that retail loss and with it retail loss prevention will also evolve in interesting and challenging ways. Mike Keenan, a veteran RLP innovator, is looking at some of the directions RLP may take in the near and medium future.
September, 2017

Grabbing Workplace Bullying By The Horns

According to the Workplace Bullying Institute, bullying is four times more common than sexual harassment or racial discrimination on the job. At the upcoming ASIS 2017, R3 Continuum’s Dr. George Vergolias, and TAL Global's Oscar Villanueva will grab the troublesome phenomenon of Workplace Bullying by the horns, Explore how to define its psychological origins, how to identify it, and how to prevent it.
September, 2017

How to Make a Smart Decision When Choosing an Anti-Drone System?

Security managers are rightly concerned about keeping their facilities safe and secure and have started looking into solutions. As with any new market for anti-UAV systems, they are finding themselves bombarded by conflicting information, confusing claims and partial cost and performance data.
September, 2017

How not to Get Ripped Off When Considering Counter-Drone Technology?

Against a background of intelligence that terrorists are increasingly viewing drones as weapons of choice for attacks against stadiums and other large public venues, security officials are being bombarded, with technologies to counter this looming threat.
September, 2017

The Future of Retail Loss Prevention

The retail industry is also undergoing what may be termed the most radical transition since the establishment of the store, and along with it, we will see major changes in retail loss prevention.
August, 2017

Threat of Violence (TOV) – Safe Termination Procedures

Terminating an employee can be traumatic for the employee, and a difficult task for managers, supervisors, and HR professionals. Beyond normal terminations, terminating an employee that may respond violently requires special attention and special preparations. Incomplete or incorrect handling of the termination process of a violent employee may result in dire consequences, physically, psychologically, legally and financially. The guidance of a professional in the preparation for such proceedings can prevent significant complications down the road.
August, 2017

How to Survive an Inner City Terror Truck?

More than 100 innocent people were murdered this year in Europe by terrorists wielding an old-new weapon of mass disruption – a truck. By following a rather simple set of rules, it is possible to minimize your chance of becoming a victim of a terror truck attack.
August, 2017

3 Steps To Identifying The Right Loss Prevention Technology

Technology is an enabler that impacts all areas of Loss Prevention (LP). Mike Keenan, TAL Global’s new Managing director of Retail Loss Prevention, and an industry veteran, recommends a disciplined method for identifying and utilizing the right technology for your retail business.
August, 2017

Evacuating Your Employees from War Zones

With the rising tensions in the Korean peninsula, governments such as Japan’s and the US’s have not left anything to chance by investing heavily in practicing the evacuation of their citizens in the event war. This is a smart move, considering the chaos, confusion, and sometimes panic that often accompany such events.
August, 2017

School Shooting – The Impact

A school shooting event is a traumatic experience for students, teachers and the entire community. These incidents can affect students’ decision about whether to stay at their school, affect their cognitive skills, and influence their behavior at school.