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Moms in Security Global Outreach adds members to Executive Advisory Board

June 1, 2022Paul Ragusa

NEW YORK—Moms in Security Global Outreach (MISGO), a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting and rescuing victims of child sex trafficking, has announced the addition of five new Executive Advisory Board members, including Security Systems News Managing Editor Cory Harris and industry veteran John Moore. Izabela Regula, MBA, Sales Executive, Fire Life Safety and Security Solutions, JCI; Connie Moorhead, Owner and CEO, The CMOOR Group; and Elizabeth Hall, Co-Owner at C’ville...

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Technology and Trafficking: The tick-tocking time bomb

September 15, 2020Elisa Mula and Min Kyriannis

Human trafficking is a topic that needs to be addressed, especially by having conversations about it with loved ones. Unfortunately, many keep quiet or do not realize how close these criminals are to people — they can be your neighbors, friends or even people you work with. The recent arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell shows just how easily it is for predators to manipulate and prey upon people. Min Kyriannis, cybersecurity expert: Years ago, children were often taught never to talk to strangers;...

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SCTNow raises awareness, funds, at ESX

June 24, 2011Martha Entwistle

CHARLOTTE, N.C.—Representatives from Stop Child Trafficking Now (SCTNow) had a booth on the show floor of ESX to raise awareness and funds for their non-profit organization. “Our strategy is to go after the demand,” said Jason Weis, national sponsorship director, SCTNow. And the demand, sadly, is great, he told Security Systems News. Child sex trafficking is the second largest criminal enterprise in the world, behind drug trafficking, and 25 percent of the demand comes from the...

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