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Preventing a Cyberattack: A Guide to Cyber Readiness

Losing critical data can be devastating to an organization. This cybersecurity awareness month, all business leaders should evaluate the security measures they have in place to protect against a potential cyberattack. Download this magazine to learn what digital assets are most likely to be targeted by hackers, how to make sure employees are cyber-ready, and how to prepare contingency plans for a worst-case scenario.

Facing an Ethical Dilemma? State Revises Police Training on Bias and Ethics

By Leischen Stelter

At some point, police officers are bound to face an ethical dilemma. But when they do, most choose not to discuss it for fear of repercussions. When the state of Oregon saw a rise in decertifications resulting from unethical conduct, administrators decided to revise its state training program. Learn how they're incorporating behavioral science to help officers understand bias and ethical issues.

How K9 Training Has Changed Over Three Decades

By Leischen Stelter

For 28 of his 31 years in law enforcement, Robert Dougherty Jr. has worked with police dogs. When he started, most dogs were trained as single-purpose patrol K9s, but today the majority of police departments have adopted cross-training programs so dogs are proficient in several areas of detection. Learn how agencies have changed their training programs for dogs and handlers.