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MEDIA HIGHLIGHTS

2020

MEDIA HIGHLIGHTS

Stopping Human Trafficking In The Time Of COVID-19: A Conversation With Lori L. Cohen, Executive Director Of ECPAT-USA

July 30, 2020, Forbes

In honor of the United Nations World Day Against Trafficking in Persons on July 30, Julie Myers Wood spoke with Lori L. Cohen, Executive Director of ECPAT-USA, a leading anti-trafficking policy organization in the United States, about what corporate institutions should be aware of right now so that they might contribute to the fight against human trafficking.

CFIUS Mitigation Agreements May Soon Be Commonplace

July 24, 2020, Law360 (Subscription required)

Mississippi School District Pulls the Plug on Opening Campus

July 24, 2020, Government Technology

Nick Heywood gives insight into the current situation regarding whether to open school campuses.

Boon Edam Releases A Webinar To Highlight The Challenges Of Maintaining Security During COVID-19 Pandemic

July 23, 2020, Security Informed

Continued coverage of the joint webinar, ‘The New Lobby Experience: Creating Safer Entrances for All People,’ co-hosted with Guidepost Solutions, LLC. A panel of experts discuss the impact of COVID-19 and pandemics, for the near and long term, on lobby design, the challenges of maintaining security amid new requirements for social distancing and creating a touchless experience inside and around facilities.

Boon Edam and Guidepost Solutions offer webinar on post-COVID secure lobbies

July 23, 2020, International Security Journal

Continued coverage of the joint webinar, “The New Lobby Experience: Creating Safer Entrances for All People.”

School Safety and Security: The Value of Knowing What You Don’t Know

July 20, 2020, spaces4learning

Nick Heywood offers that an independent security assessment can help school administrators identify what they don’t know and empower them to proactively manage security program upgrades and plan for future operational costs.

NVR vs. VSaaS: Exploring their pros and cons

July 13, 2020, asmag.com

When deploying video surveillance, one of the first questions typically considered by the end user is whether to go with on-premises (NVR) or cloud (VSaaS) architecture. Christopher Grniet, CPP contributed to this discussion of the pros and cons of each.

Actions and Words

July 13, 2020, Program on Corporate Compliance and Enforcement at New York University School of Law

Bart M. Schwartz shares his thoughts on how compliance professionals and compliance resources can contribute to helping us reach the goal of equality for all.

Security Consultant Roundtable: Tailgating Risk Awareness and the Impacts of COVID-19

July 7, 2020, Boon Edam

Building design and security will change as a result of the COVID19 pandemic. Nick Miller joined a group of experts for a roundtable discussion on entrance security and tailgating among other things they see coming to the security environment.

Julie Myers Wood Joins Migration Policy Institute Advisory Board

June 30, 2020,  migrationpolicy.com

Julie Myers Wood has joined the Migration Policy Institute’s newly constituted advisory board, a board made up of individuals with distinguished records in government, the corporate and philanthropic sectors, the legal and education fields, immigrant service and advocacy, research, diplomacy and academia in the United States, Europe and Latin America.

The Migration Policy Institute is an independent, non-partisan, non-profit think tank in Washington, D.C. dedicated to analysis of the movement of people worldwide. MPI provides analysis, development and evaluation of migration and refugee policies at the local, national and international levels. The advisory board was created by the MPI Board of Trustees to offer advice to the trustees and staff leadership on U.S. immigration policy issues, as well as to expand the institute’s networks.

Profile of the Post-Pandemic CISO

June 30, 2020, Dark Reading

Ahmad Zoua gives his perspective on the increased focus of CISOs on physical security considerations.

Redefining Stadium Security: Salary Capped

June 15, 2020, MarketScale

As sports teams implement plans to resume play this summer and fall, what security and operational changes must occur in order to reopen safely? James Hayes, Jr. spoke with Tyler Kern at MarketScale about the future of security and screening at stadiums and arenas.

Industry Voice: A Conversation with John Torres

June 10, 2020, Security InfoWatch

John Torres gives his perspective of the global impact on global business from the COVID-19 pandemic.

The EU’s proposed ban on facial recognition in the new COVID-19 world – finding balance between privacy and public safety

June 9, 2020; Teiss

COVID-19 elevated the use of #facialrecognition technologies to minimize social contact and reduce the spread of the virus, but it has also raised the concerns of some civil liberties experts. Terry King takes a look at the issue in his latest article.

Creating a Safe Environment – What is a ‘Protective Bubble?’

June 5, 2020, Circuit Magazine

Devising and managing an executive protection plan is a challenge under any circumstances. James Hayes, Jr. explores four key tenets to help simplify the process and build a blueprint for repeatable performance and success.

How to Get Customers to Comply With Your COVID-19 Policies

June 3, 2020, CO by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Jon Harris offers tips for business owners to ensure their in-store customers comply with any new COVID-related policies.

Oakland County Treasurer Andy Meisner’s Town Hall

June 1, 2020, Virtual Program

Bradley Dizik, Angela Osborne, and Jon Harris spoke in-depth with the Oakland County Treasurer about reopening businesses and government with integrity.

Creating an emergency ready cybersecurity program

May 27, 2020, Help Net Security

Michael Reyes latest article featured in Help Net Security focuses on cybersecurity during COVID-19 and includes key information on how cybersecurity plays a valuable role in minimizing the impact of pandemic incidents.

Privacy Laws and Data Transfer During Covid-19

May 26, 2020, Compliance Podcast Network

CEO Julie Myers Wood joins the Compliance Podcast Network for an episode focused on compliance and the Coronavirus. She talks about privacy laws as they impact the transfer of data in the new normal of Covid-19.

Compliance Layoffs, Budget Cuts Raise Prospect of Looser Internal Oversight

May 25, 2020, The Wall Street Journal

Julie Myers Wood discusses how cuts in corporate budgets affect compliance departments.

Experts Warn: Amidst Budget Cuts, The Pandemic Calls for Stepping Up Security Efforts

May 24, 2020, Hacker Noon

Ahmad Zoua provides a few tips on how businesses can safeguard themselves against cyberattacks during these unprecedented times, while keeping their spending under control.

The Pandemic Will Change Compliance Too

May 20, 2020, Forbes

In her latest column for Forbes, Julie Myers Wood takes a look at compliance in the age of COVID-19.

Bart M. Schwartz Wins Compliance Week’s Best Consultant/Advisor – Small Company

May 18, 2020, Compliance Week

We are proud to note that our Chairman, Bart M. Schwartz, was announced the recipient of an Excellence in Compliance Award. The Excellence in Compliance Awards, given by Compliance Week, recognize the hard work and unsung accomplishments of compliance and risk professionals in a number of categories. Bart was selected from among seven finalists in his category.

CONGRATULATIONS BART!

Meetings Technology Is Evolving To Help Planners Deliver More Of Everything For Attendees

May 18, 2020, The Meeting Magazines

Jon Harris gives his insight into the unique security technological advancements and trends being seen within the meetings and events arena,  where security technology stands now, and what the future holds.

When are the jobs coming back?

May 8, 2020, Politico

Julie Myers Wood is asked to weigh in on if our immigration policies should adjust during the pandemic to address the unemployment crisis.

A Conversation with the Team Behind Get Security Done: A Young Professional and Inclusion Movement

May 7, 2020, Inside Access Control

Jon Harris joins a panel to discuss the movement to change the ‘tenure over talent’ mentality in the security industry with his group Get Security Done, a group of industry mavericks coming together to move fast, promote change, advocate for young professionals and emerging leaders, to make security a better place for everyone. (Episode 23)

A proposal to combat corruption in resources for coronaviruses

May 6, 2020; El Tiempo

A proposal to combat corruption related to resources for coronavirus, Andres Otero writes ‘Mandatory Monitoring’ would serve to combat fraud.

US AML Enforcement Hit New Low in 2019 as New York Took Center Stage … Again

April 27, 2020, ACAMS moneylaundering.com

Matthew Levine gives his perspective as the regulator’s former executive deputy superintendent for enforcement.

We’re Open For Business?!?! What Now?

April 21, 2020
Forbes

In her latest column for Forbes, Julie Myers Wood offers her thoughts on steps companies can take as they prepare to reopen – appoint a compliance lead, review existing screening processes, develop a communication strategy, provide outlets for employees and customers to express concern about COVID-related issues.

ESRM and the COVID-19 Pandemic

April 9, 2020
ASIS Online

COVID-19 has applied massive pressure to organizations as they implement emergency plans geared at protecting assets and mitigating disruption. John Torres shares his thoughts around ESRM, supply chains and continuity of operations.

Security Master Planning in the Cannabis Industry – Part 4: The Security Operations Plan

April 14, 2020
Cannabis Business Executive

Tim Sutton CPP, CHPA talks security operations plans for the cannabis industry in his final column of a 4-part series.

Media Coverage of Christopher Kim Joining Guidepost Solutions

Keeping Your Business Alive During a Pandemic

March 31, 2020
SDM

Michael Reyes provides insight to how the security industry will be challenged to develop stronger screening practices and emergency operations planning, and to deploy tools to detect and minimize the impact that pandemics, attacks or natural disasters can have on a company.

Crisis Survival Guide: How 66 CEOs And Executives Are Leading From Home

March 18, 2020
Real Leaders

Julie Myers Wood gives her perspective on how to deal with the unprecedented challenges facing organizations during the current crisis.

Bart Schwartz Recognized by City & State’s New York’s 100 Most Politically Powerful Lawyers

March 12, 2020
City & State New York

We are proud to announce that our Chairman Bart M. Schwartz has again been named to City & State’s Law Power 100 list. The list recognizes New York’s 100 Most Politically Powerful Lawyers.

Security firm moves Chicago office to Two Prudential Plaza

March 6, 2020
RE Journals

RE Journals, a publication focusing on midwestern commercial real estate, highlights the move of the Guidepost Solutions Chicago office.

Proactive Strategies To Ensure Ethical Internal Investigations

March 4, 2020
Forbes

In today’s corporate environment, where sensitive decisions are scrutinized by the media and employees alike, the proper handling of internal investigations should be top of mind for all executives. Julie Myers Wood addresses the topic in her latest column for Forbes.

The NY SHIELD Act is Coming: Time for a Cybersecurity Checkup?

February 21, 2020
Corporate Compliance Insights

Matthew Levine provides an overview on what companies serving New York residents need to do to ensure their company is compliant with the New York SHIELD Act which will go into effect in just a few weeks.

Securing Your K-12 Campus: The Case For Adopting Modern Visitor Management Systems

February 5, 2020
Education IT Reporter

Nick Heywood, PMP discusses electronic visitor management systems as a tool to enhance security on K-12 school campuses.

February 2020: Wildfire Response; Drone Detection; Coaching Future Leaders

February 4, 2020
Security Management Podcast

John Torres joined the host of SM Highlights podcast for a discussion about coaching and developing employees to set them up to thrive.

Magnificent Manager, Compelling Coach: Leadership’s Two Crowns

February 1, 2020
ASIS International

John Torres discusses his experience as a mentor and employee coach to set up employees to thrive.

Inside security preparations for Super Bowl 54

January 31, 2020
SecurityInfoWatch

James Hayes, Jr. discusses the extraordinary planning that goes into making the SuperBowl a safe and enjoyable experience.

Security Measures Ramp Up for Super Bowl Weekend

January 31, 2020
Security Management Magazine

James Hayes, Jr. talks Super Bowl security as thousands of people from all over the world flock to Miami to watch the Kansas City Chiefs battle the San Francisco 49ers.

IIB Bank Talk with Jeff Alberts, Donna Daniels, and Matt Levine

January 29, 2020
IIB Bank Talk Podcast

Matt Levine speaks with the Institute of International Bankers podcast, BANK TALK, to discuss the intricacies of the FFIEC manual, threats to its use, whether or not regulators may be able to fix it, and some practical tips for banks as they look for best practices in using it.

Only innovation can save NYCHA: The federal monitor outlines the creative solutions needed to address the Housing Authority’s many challenges

January 29, 2020
New York Daily News

Bart Schwartz offers innovative solutions to tackle some of NYCHA’s age-old problems.

 

Guidepost Solutions Names Mendelson Senior Managing Director

January 23, 2020
Mission Critical Magazine

Coverage of Kenneth Mendelson joining Guidepost Solutions.

NYCHA Records Fewer Heating Outages at Developments

January 15, 2020
The Wall Street Journal

Federal Monitor of the New York City Housing Authority, Bart M. Schwartz, comments on how NYCHA handles crises during a public hearing.

City Council meeting on NYCHA gets heated

January 15, 2020
Pix 11 News

Federal Monitor of the New York City Housing Authority, Bart M. Schwartz, talks about NYCHA’s heat action plan during a public hearing.

Anticipating the First Cybersecurity Enforcement Action by NYDFS

January 06, 2020
Law.com

The question gets asked quite frequently in regulatory circles: “Will the New York State Department of Financial Services bring an enforcement action under its cybersecurity regulation, and if so, when?”  The probable answers are “yes” and “soon,” according to Matthew Levine.

Stopping Human Trafficking In The Time Of COVID-19: A Conversation With Lori L. Cohen, Executive Director Of ECPAT-USA

July 30, 2020, Forbes

In honor of the United Nations World Day Against Trafficking in Persons on July 30, Julie Myers Wood spoke with Lori L. Cohen, Executive Director of ECPAT-USA, a leading anti-trafficking policy organization in the United States, about what corporate institutions should be aware of right now so that they might contribute to the fight against human trafficking.

CFIUS Mitigation Agreements May Soon Be Commonplace

July 24, 2020, Law360 (Subscription required)

Mississippi School District Pulls the Plug on Opening Campus

July 24, 2020, Government Technology

Nick Heywood gives insight into the current situation regarding whether to open school campuses.

Boon Edam Releases A Webinar To Highlight The Challenges Of Maintaining Security During COVID-19 Pandemic

July 23, 2020, Security Informed

Continued coverage of the joint webinar, ‘The New Lobby Experience: Creating Safer Entrances for All People,’ co-hosted with Guidepost Solutions, LLC. A panel of experts discuss the impact of COVID-19 and pandemics, for the near and long term, on lobby design, the challenges of maintaining security amid new requirements for social distancing and creating a touchless experience inside and around facilities.

Boon Edam and Guidepost Solutions offer webinar on post-COVID secure lobbies

July 23, 2020, International Security Journal

Continued coverage of the joint webinar, “The New Lobby Experience: Creating Safer Entrances for All People.”

School Safety and Security: The Value of Knowing What You Don’t Know

July 20, 2020, spaces4learning

Nick Heywood offers that an independent security assessment can help school administrators identify what they don’t know and empower them to proactively manage security program upgrades and plan for future operational costs.

NVR vs. VSaaS: Exploring their pros and cons

July 13, 2020, asmag.com

When deploying video surveillance, one of the first questions typically considered by the end user is whether to go with on-premises (NVR) or cloud (VSaaS) architecture. Christopher Grniet, CPP contributed to this discussion of the pros and cons of each.

Actions and Words

July 13, 2020, Program on Corporate Compliance and Enforcement at New York University School of Law

Bart M. Schwartz shares his thoughts on how compliance professionals and compliance resources can contribute to helping us reach the goal of equality for all.

Security Consultant Roundtable: Tailgating Risk Awareness and the Impacts of COVID-19

July 7, 2020, Boon Edam

Building design and security will change as a result of the COVID19 pandemic. Nick Miller joined a group of experts for a roundtable discussion on entrance security and tailgating among other things they see coming to the security environment.

Julie Myers Wood Joins Migration Policy Institute Advisory Board

June 30, 2020,  migrationpolicy.com

Julie Myers Wood has joined the Migration Policy Institute’s newly constituted advisory board, a board made up of individuals with distinguished records in government, the corporate and philanthropic sectors, the legal and education fields, immigrant service and advocacy, research, diplomacy and academia in the United States, Europe and Latin America.

The Migration Policy Institute is an independent, non-partisan, non-profit think tank in Washington, D.C. dedicated to analysis of the movement of people worldwide. MPI provides analysis, development and evaluation of migration and refugee policies at the local, national and international levels. The advisory board was created by the MPI Board of Trustees to offer advice to the trustees and staff leadership on U.S. immigration policy issues, as well as to expand the institute’s networks.

Profile of the Post-Pandemic CISO

June 30, 2020, Dark Reading

Ahmad Zoua gives his perspective on the increased focus of CISOs on physical security considerations.

Redefining Stadium Security: Salary Capped

June 15, 2020, MarketScale

As sports teams implement plans to resume play this summer and fall, what security and operational changes must occur in order to reopen safely? James Hayes, Jr. spoke with Tyler Kern at MarketScale about the future of security and screening at stadiums and arenas.

Industry Voice: A Conversation with John Torres

June 10, 2020, Security InfoWatch

John Torres gives his perspective of the global impact on global business from the COVID-19 pandemic.

The EU’s proposed ban on facial recognition in the new COVID-19 world – finding balance between privacy and public safety

June 9, 2020; Teiss

COVID-19 elevated the use of #facialrecognition technologies to minimize social contact and reduce the spread of the virus, but it has also raised the concerns of some civil liberties experts. Terry King takes a look at the issue in his latest article.

Creating a Safe Environment – What is a ‘Protective Bubble?’

June 5, 2020, Circuit Magazine

Devising and managing an executive protection plan is a challenge under any circumstances. James Hayes, Jr. explores four key tenets to help simplify the process and build a blueprint for repeatable performance and success.

How to Get Customers to Comply With Your COVID-19 Policies

June 3, 2020, CO by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Jon Harris offers tips for business owners to ensure their in-store customers comply with any new COVID-related policies.

Oakland County Treasurer Andy Meisner’s Town Hall

June 1, 2020, Virtual Program

Bradley Dizik, Angela Osborne, and Jon Harris spoke in-depth with the Oakland County Treasurer about reopening businesses and government with integrity.

Creating an emergency ready cybersecurity program

May 27, 2020, Help Net Security

Michael Reyes latest article featured in Help Net Security focuses on cybersecurity during COVID-19 and includes key information on how cybersecurity plays a valuable role in minimizing the impact of pandemic incidents.

Privacy Laws and Data Transfer During Covid-19

May 26, 2020, Compliance Podcast Network

CEO Julie Myers Wood joins the Compliance Podcast Network for an episode focused on compliance and the Coronavirus. She talks about privacy laws as they impact the transfer of data in the new normal of Covid-19.

Compliance Layoffs, Budget Cuts Raise Prospect of Looser Internal Oversight

May 25, 2020, The Wall Street Journal

Julie Myers Wood discusses how cuts in corporate budgets affect compliance departments.

Experts Warn: Amidst Budget Cuts, The Pandemic Calls for Stepping Up Security Efforts

May 24, 2020, Hacker Noon

Ahmad Zoua provides a few tips on how businesses can safeguard themselves against cyberattacks during these unprecedented times, while keeping their spending under control.

The Pandemic Will Change Compliance Too

May 20, 2020, Forbes

In her latest column for Forbes, Julie Myers Wood takes a look at compliance in the age of COVID-19.

Bart M. Schwartz Wins Compliance Week’s Best Consultant/Advisor – Small Company

May 18, 2020, Compliance Week

We are proud to note that our Chairman, Bart M. Schwartz, was announced the recipient of an Excellence in Compliance Award. The Excellence in Compliance Awards, given by Compliance Week, recognize the hard work and unsung accomplishments of compliance and risk professionals in a number of categories. Bart was selected from among seven finalists in his category.

CONGRATULATIONS BART!

Meetings Technology Is Evolving To Help Planners Deliver More Of Everything For Attendees

May 18, 2020, The Meeting Magazines

Jon Harris gives his insight into the unique security technological advancements and trends being seen within the meetings and events arena,  where security technology stands now, and what the future holds.

When are the jobs coming back?

May 8, 2020, Politico

Julie Myers Wood is asked to weigh in on if our immigration policies should adjust during the pandemic to address the unemployment crisis.

A Conversation with the Team Behind Get Security Done: A Young Professional and Inclusion Movement

May 7, 2020, Inside Access Control

Jon Harris joins a panel to discuss the movement to change the ‘tenure over talent’ mentality in the security industry with his group Get Security Done, a group of industry mavericks coming together to move fast, promote change, advocate for young professionals and emerging leaders, to make security a better place for everyone. (Episode 23)

A proposal to combat corruption in resources for coronaviruses

May 6, 2020; El Tiempo

A proposal to combat corruption related to resources for coronavirus, Andres Otero writes ‘Mandatory Monitoring’ would serve to combat fraud.

US AML Enforcement Hit New Low in 2019 as New York Took Center Stage … Again

April 27, 2020, ACAMS moneylaundering.com

Matthew Levine gives his perspective as the regulator’s former executive deputy superintendent for enforcement.

We’re Open For Business?!?! What Now?

April 21, 2020
Forbes

In her latest column for Forbes, Julie Myers Wood offers her thoughts on steps companies can take as they prepare to reopen – appoint a compliance lead, review existing screening processes, develop a communication strategy, provide outlets for employees and customers to express concern about COVID-related issues.

ESRM and the COVID-19 Pandemic

April 9, 2020
ASIS Online

COVID-19 has applied massive pressure to organizations as they implement emergency plans geared at protecting assets and mitigating disruption. John Torres shares his thoughts around ESRM, supply chains and continuity of operations.

Security Master Planning in the Cannabis Industry – Part 4: The Security Operations Plan

April 14, 2020
Cannabis Business Executive

Tim Sutton CPP, CHPA talks security operations plans for the cannabis industry in his final column of a 4-part series.

Media Coverage of Christopher Kim Joining Guidepost Solutions

Keeping Your Business Alive During a Pandemic

March 31, 2020
SDM

Michael Reyes provides insight to how the security industry will be challenged to develop stronger screening practices and emergency operations planning, and to deploy tools to detect and minimize the impact that pandemics, attacks or natural disasters can have on a company.

Crisis Survival Guide: How 66 CEOs And Executives Are Leading From Home

March 18, 2020
Real Leaders

Julie Myers Wood gives her perspective on how to deal with the unprecedented challenges facing organizations during the current crisis.

Bart Schwartz Recognized by City & State’s New York’s 100 Most Politically Powerful Lawyers

March 12, 2020
City & State New York

We are proud to announce that our Chairman Bart M. Schwartz has again been named to City & State’s Law Power 100 list. The list recognizes New York’s 100 Most Politically Powerful Lawyers.

Security firm moves Chicago office to Two Prudential Plaza

March 6, 2020
RE Journals

RE Journals, a publication focusing on midwestern commercial real estate, highlights the move of the Guidepost Solutions Chicago office.

Proactive Strategies To Ensure Ethical Internal Investigations

March 4, 2020
Forbes

In today’s corporate environment, where sensitive decisions are scrutinized by the media and employees alike, the proper handling of internal investigations should be top of mind for all executives. Julie Myers Wood addresses the topic in her latest column for Forbes.

The NY SHIELD Act is Coming: Time for a Cybersecurity Checkup?

February 21, 2020
Corporate Compliance Insights

Matthew Levine provides an overview on what companies serving New York residents need to do to ensure their company is compliant with the New York SHIELD Act which will go into effect in just a few weeks.

Securing Your K-12 Campus: The Case For Adopting Modern Visitor Management Systems

February 5, 2020
Education IT Reporter

Nick Heywood, PMP discusses electronic visitor management systems as a tool to enhance security on K-12 school campuses.

February 2020: Wildfire Response; Drone Detection; Coaching Future Leaders

February 4, 2020
Security Management Podcast

John Torres joined the host of SM Highlights podcast for a discussion about coaching and developing employees to set them up to thrive.

Magnificent Manager, Compelling Coach: Leadership’s Two Crowns

February 1, 2020
ASIS International

John Torres discusses his experience as a mentor and employee coach to set up employees to thrive.

Inside security preparations for Super Bowl 54

January 31, 2020
SecurityInfoWatch

James Hayes, Jr. discusses the extraordinary planning that goes into making the SuperBowl a safe and enjoyable experience.

Security Measures Ramp Up for Super Bowl Weekend

January 31, 2020
Security Management Magazine

James Hayes, Jr. talks Super Bowl security as thousands of people from all over the world flock to Miami to watch the Kansas City Chiefs battle the San Francisco 49ers.

IIB Bank Talk with Jeff Alberts, Donna Daniels, and Matt Levine

January 29, 2020
IIB Bank Talk Podcast

Matt Levine speaks with the Institute of International Bankers podcast, BANK TALK, to discuss the intricacies of the FFIEC manual, threats to its use, whether or not regulators may be able to fix it, and some practical tips for banks as they look for best practices in using it.

Only innovation can save NYCHA: The federal monitor outlines the creative solutions needed to address the Housing Authority’s many challenges

January 29, 2020
New York Daily News

Bart Schwartz offers innovative solutions to tackle some of NYCHA’s age-old problems.

 

Guidepost Solutions Names Mendelson Senior Managing Director

January 23, 2020
Mission Critical Magazine

Coverage of Kenneth Mendelson joining Guidepost Solutions.

NYCHA Records Fewer Heating Outages at Developments

January 15, 2020
The Wall Street Journal

Federal Monitor of the New York City Housing Authority, Bart M. Schwartz, comments on how NYCHA handles crises during a public hearing.

City Council meeting on NYCHA gets heated

January 15, 2020
Pix 11 News

Federal Monitor of the New York City Housing Authority, Bart M. Schwartz, talks about NYCHA’s heat action plan during a public hearing.

Anticipating the First Cybersecurity Enforcement Action by NYDFS

January 06, 2020
Law.com

The question gets asked quite frequently in regulatory circles: “Will the New York State Department of Financial Services bring an enforcement action under its cybersecurity regulation, and if so, when?”  The probable answers are “yes” and “soon,” according to Matthew Levine.