Gameday Security Magazine
The NCS⁴ Gameday Security magazine is a bi-annual online digital publication designed to cover the latest topics, trends, and issues within the spectator sports safety and security industry. Gameday Security reaches more than 9,000 safety and security professionals, including security directors and operators, facility and stadium managers, event planners/operators, law enforcement personnel, emergency managers, fire/HAZMAT, emergency medical/health services, athletic administrators, and governmental representatives. Industries represented include professional sports leagues, intercollegiate athletics, interscholastic athletics, marathon and endurance events, and sports and entertainment facilities (i.e., concerts, festivals, e-sports, and convention centers).
If you are interested in advertising in the Gameday Security magazine, please contact Sara Priebe at Sara.Priebe@usm.edu.
The Future Is Now
How advancing technology is shaping stadium security
How incident-based meteorological support can predict weather risks and impacts on athletic events
Adapting to Industry Changes
Addressing Emerging Threats
It’s Go Time
Top Sports and Event Security Professionals Descend on Phoenix for Annual Conference
The Return of Fans to Live Events
The Way Forward
After a tumultuous year, the sports and entertainment industry looks ahead to a brighter tomorrow.
Securing the Globe
How Safety and Security is evolving to meet the needs of all
Inside the evolution of the sports safety and security industry
How to address the biggest safety and security challenges impacting families at porting events
Ahead of the Curve
How to develop a security workforce that can handle new and traditional threats
The Race is On
Why top sports security professionals from around the world are heading to Louisville for this year’s NCS4 Conference
Inside the modern technologies being utilized today to meet the sports security threats of tomorrow
How to utilize modern resiliency capabilities to better withstand, or quickly recover from, an incident or threat
The age of actionable intelligence and smart technology has arrived