A hacker recently tried to poison a U.S. region’s water supply. At what point does a cyberattack constitute an act of war?
There was a time within the Intelligence Community (IC) when the term “open source” referred primarily to materials and media that could be freely accessed
Live events came to a grinding halt due to COVID-19. Will concerts come back in 2021? Learn about business continuity innovations and processes that will be critical to improving the safety of mass gatherings.
Starting February 1, travelers and commuters must wear face masks on nearly all forms of public transportation, due to a federal mask mandate.
While we cannot prevent all of the different events that keep children out of the classroom, we can create mitigation plans that seamlessly transition students from normal, in-person learning to alternative learning methods. The only way to achieve this kind of efficiency is through practice. Learn why all schools should have a learn from home drill.
The live event industry is uniquely qualified to assist emergency managers and public health officials build and run vaccination sites. Here’s why the nation should turn to them for help defeating COVID-19.
The pandemic has had major short- and long-term consequences for local towns. Listen to a town manager share his strategies about maintaining trust and keeping citizens informed.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a cascade of new challenges for public service leaders. In this episode, learn from the town manager of Vienna, Virginia about how he’s made adjustments to the strategic plan for the town.
Do law enforcement agencies incorporate too many military tactics and equipment in their policing efforts? In this episode, Dr. Bjorn Mercer talks to AMU Criminal Justice program director, Dr. Chuck Russo, about the origins of the military and domestic law enforcement as well as the benefits and downfalls of ongoing collaboration and more.