Failure of imagination leads to most crises. As the pandemic persists, vaccinations and vaccine resistance increases, mass shootings rise, and racial and political unrest show few signs of ebbing, seemingly impossible "what if" scenarios are our everyday reality. But can we prevent and protect ourselves from the bad impossibilities? In my experience, if we believe it can happen, then we can look for that trouble, see around corners and potentially head off bad situations. This is why opportunities for protective intelligence analysts are growing and, as digital transformation continues, will be one of the most in-demand roles at corporations alongside cybersecurity experts.
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University of Vermont uses security management system as part of COVID-19 response efforts
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The university is using a video management system fully integrated with its video surveillance and access control systems to reduce unnecessary on-site attendance as part of the University of Vermont's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.