Campus Security & Life Safety Rebranded as Campus Security Today

Campus Security & Life Safety Rebranded as Campus Security Today

The Infrastructure Solutions Group of 1105 Media announced today that Campus Security & Life Safety magazine has been rebranded as Campus Security Today. The new website was unveiled today at CampusSecurityToday.com, and the magazine will feature the new name and look with its September/October 2023 issue, which will have bonus distribution at GSX 2023 in Dallas September 11-13 in addition to the regular distribution to 69,400 security professionals.

The leading industry publication will continue to focus on timely coverage of education, healthcare and corporate campus security. Publisher Ralph C. Jensen, who has been with the brand since its inception, commented, “The new name for our campus security brand aligns it more closely with our flagship Security Today brand. I am excited about the clean, modern look of our redesigned products, and I know our subscribers will appreciate the ease of finding critical information on our website and in our magazine.”

Campus Security Today magazine and eNews will continue to reach the largest audience of school, college, security and healthcare professionals in the market.* The magazine will still be published 5 times a year and will continue to present multiple features per issue. Campus Security Today eNewsletters will continue to go out to a circulation of 60,000* each week. The July 19, 2023 Campus Security & Life Safety Virtual Summit will retain its current branding, with this popular event also switching to the Campus Security Today branding for the November 15, 2023 summit.

Senior Editor Matt Jones said, “We are thankful to our subscribers and industry partners for their support in building our brand to what it is today. It’s exciting to usher in the next era of our franchise. With our updated look and retooled focus, we are more committed than ever to providing coverage of the pressing issues that campus security and safety professionals face every day.”

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