Category Archives: Industrial Security

Using Anecdotes in Security Training

The skill of storytelling is one of the most successful methods of conveying a message. Public speakers, teachers, and mentors draw on personal experience to relate to their audiences. Performed with skill and confidence a story can enhance training by

How to Wrap Classified Packages – A Guide For FSO’s

The National Industrial Security Program charges cleared contractors with protecting classified information. This protection extends through all phases of contracts and throughout the duration of the classification. Protection also includes the reception, storage, dissemination, and destruction of the information. Dissemination

UL 2050 Certification – What it is and How to Get It

Developing a UL 2050 Room Anyone already in the security business knows that getting a certificate from Underwriters Laboratories is no small task. On the contrary, getting a facility “certificated” is a lengthy and labyrinthine process that requires achieving a

Why You Should Write and Publish Your Books

Books are an excellent and inexpensive way to reach your target. Whether or not you want a career as a writer, or you want to launch your products through writing, your book will launch you. Readers regard authors as experts.

The Security Clearance Process in 30 Seconds

How are security clearances granted? Why does the Government grant them? How does the Government assign classification levels? Who is eligible? First of all, classified information must be protected. Part of the protection is to ensure only properly investigated and

Derivative Classifiers Should Identify Themselves – Learn How

Many cleared defense contractors provide non-technical services, and others conduct derivative classification. Derivative classification, in general terms, includes paraphrasing, incorporating, restating or regenerating classified information into a new form. Since contractors are not performing original classification, most of their work

The Facility Security Clearance – How Defense Contractors Get Clearances

Before a defense contractor can perform on a classified contact, it must be approved for a security clearance. You might familiar with security clearances for people, but defense contractor facilities must also be approved for security clearances called a facility

Various Types of Security Systems, Products and Gadgets

It is human tendency to ignore unpleasant circumstances until they happen! Security takes low priority among other things, when it should be treated as the most important and the foremost thing. No matter how secure your country, state or neighborhood

The Most Asked Security Clearance Questions

Opportunities abound in the defense industry where every job discipline requires a security clearance to perform on the contracts. Classified contracts require services that include staffing, janitorial, graphic design, accounting, finance and more. Technical experience is needed as well with

Go Ahead, Take the ISP Certification Exam

Industrial Security Professional (ISP) Certification is growing in popularity. According to the Society of Industrial Security Professionals (NCMS), the number of ISP Certified members is increasing rapidly. That’s great news for those in industrial security as we are now moving