Be sure to check out your June/July issue of Security Technology Executive, which features comprehensive coverage on two of the most important end-user security markets: Education and Healthcare.
Our special education section will feature several articles that inform on education security strategies, as well as a group of successful education-related security deployments. James Black's story, "Shortening the Learning Curve" outlines four key security strategies that are proven to work for colleges and universities. Additionally, you can read about successful deployments at East Los Angeles College, the University of South Florida, the University of Virginia and more.
The Healthcare security focus features a comprehensive look at hospital security strategies, from consultant Fred Miehl. Additional stories include successful deployments for the Albert Einstein Healthcare Network, Muskogee Community Hospital, and more.
Don't forget to check out the June/July cover story, "Getting the Message Out" -- which outlines how to improve security awareness across an organization. Read advice on this important subject from security industry veterans such as Sandy Sandquist, director of security for General Mills, Dave Kent, VP of Global Risk and Business Resources for Genzyme Corp., and more.
There are many other informative articles in the June/July issue, including pieces on video storage media and IP security best practices, and product showcases on IP and analog cameras and power supplies.
Finally, do yourself a favor and check out John McCumber's column on social networking -- a must-see if you need to start your day off with a chuckle.
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