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Q & A: Michele Freadman, CPP

Aviation Security Executives saw their role change dramatically after 9/11.  No airport was more affected than Boston Logan International from where two of the 9/11 hi-jacked airliners originated.  Over a decade later, Michele Freadman, CPP, is the Security Executive charged with coordinating aviation security at Boston Logan—a part of the Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport).  In […]

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Q & A: Eduard Emde, CPP

With 38,000 members worldwide, Eduard Emde is the first non-US member within ASIS International to be elected to the Presidency.  Making his home in the Netherlands, Eduard has been traveling the world extensively to promote ASIS and the Security Industry since taking office in January of this year.  Throughout his travels, Voice of Security has […]

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Peers vs. Promotion: Professional Awards

Awards to individuals in the security profession are plentiful.  But which are truly meaningful and which hold a hidden agenda? This week it was an announcement from a trade magazine that caught my eye.  The title was “Do you know the most influential person in the security industry?”  It was calling for nominations and outlined […]

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Giving Thanks: Iris Casco

A regular feature on Voice of Security is our “Giving Thanks” articles like the one you are about to read.  In creating this feature of our site we wanted to make it easy for Security Professionals to recognize those in the industry who they want to publicly thank for their efforts—large, small, and in-between.   We […]

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