I bought this book in December of 2013. I think started to read it, and lost interest / had other things come up. I recently picked this book up to read not that long ago, and went through it. Mike Roche, did a good job of breaking the book up in to parts. He uses his history in Law Enforcement to cover Mass Shootings, the signs, and how HR / Senior Leadership should handle the events leading up to a shooting.
For the last several weeks, I’ve been working with three other students from Eastern Michigan University’s Information Assurance program researching and mapping the Campus’ Crime Stats. If people take the time to look, they can find a map of the last 60 days and the daily crime logs for the last 60 days. We’re looking beyond those, but it’s interesting none the less.
I’ve finally finished “Infiltration Presents: Access All Areas – A User’s Guide to the Art of Urban Exploration” by Ninjalicious. This is one of a handful of books I have on Physical Security, and it’s taken me a couple of years to read it, because it kept getting lost in moves, and forgotten about when I when class loads got heavy.
I like this book, because it’s about accessing the area’s that are normally off limit to the public. It talks about Social Engineering, the equipment you’ll need (hint leave the lock picks at home), but most importantly HOW to find the places to explorer, and how to by-pass the systems put in place. Nice alarm there, shame you disconnected it due to all the false rings.
If you have an interest in the physical side, or an interest in historical building and abandoned things, this is a decent read.