An "Ace" for Security

Ritchey, Diane
March 2011
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Mar2011, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p78
Trade Publication
An interview with Mike Rodriquez, director of security for the United States Tennis Association (USTA) is presented. When asked what are some of the challenges with securing the U.S. Open Tennis Championships, he says to provide a secure environment. He mentions that he is particular in crowd management because he believes that no matter how much preparation for an incident, it is hard to predict how people will react.


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