PRS Radio Show

PRS Radio seeks to inform our clients and our greater PRS community of friends on a variety of security technology and solutions that we have discovered. We generally zero in on a key feature or two that we uncovered in our research for client projects.

February 25, 2017
PRS Radio ~ Show #10

PRS Radio – Show #10 – Risk Assessment ~ The Goals, Importance, and Methodology of Assessing Risk

Time: 44 Minutes ~ The risk assessment process can be convoluted and tricky if you’re unprepared for all aspects of a thorough process. This session will…
February 14, 2017
PRS Radio ~ Show #9

PRS Radio – Show #9 – Clash of the Generations

Time: 71 Minutes ~ With employees spanning four or five decades in the office, it’s gotten way harder to manage the workforce. This highly engaging and…
February 3, 2017
PRS Radio ~ Show #8

PRS Radio – Show #8 – Dr. Michael Cocoran

Time: 19:57 ~ Our clients have identified active shooter/active threat and its assessment as an issue they would like PRS to address in training. New for…
January 27, 2017
PRS Radio ~ Show #7

PRS Radio – Show #7 – Business Integrity

Time: 23:57 ~ The mainstream media is continually reporting on IT security vulnerabilities, Russian, Chinese and other apparent state-sponsored hacking and the potential for Alexa to…
November 23, 2016
PRS Radio ~ Show #6

PRS Radio – Show #6 – Security Force Audit

Time: 22:44 ~ Are you getting the most from your in-house or contract security provider? Unless you audit them, how will you know? Running occasional audits…
November 7, 2016
PRS Radio ~ Show #5

PRS Radio – Show #5 – The Kidnapping Threat in Mexico

Time: 47:18 ~ For the last decade Mexico has been the country in which more people have been abducted for kidnap for ransom purposes. Different criminal…

DISCLAIMER: The purpose of PRS Radio is to share with our listeners security technology and potential solutions that we have researched during the course of various projects PRS has done on behalf of our clients.

Listeners are encouraged to perform their own due diligence. You may want to contact vendors and establish a proof of concept test in order to judge the appropriateness of products or solutions for their particular use. Normally a proof of concept test is the application of a product on a small scale, which the end-user pays for.

PRS as a company, does not endorse particular products or solutions. We research and recommend solutions to clients based on their specific site requirements. The information presented here is for information and education purposes only and represents product features that PRS has found interesting or unique. The presentation of this show should not be considered an endorsement by PRS. Your results from use of these products or solutions may vary.