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How To Make Nothing Happen: Performing Self Assessments and Adjusting Security Strategies

6/17/14 2:00 pm to 6/17/15 2:00 pm EDT
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Contact: Adam Thomas

What: FREE Webinar
Where: Online
When: June 17th, 2014 at 2:00 PM EDT

How to Make Nothing Happen
Performing Self Assessments and Adjusting Security Strategies

SPEAKERS
Ben Scaglione
Ben Scaglione
Healthcare SME
G4S
John Pack
John Pack
Higher Ed SME
G4S

It takes a lot of hard work and planning to make sure nothing bad happens on your campus. This webinar takes a deep dive into self-assessment methods and techniques used for continuous improvement of security programs. Security programs that include a continuous improvement component often times require expensive and time consuming evaluations by independent consultants.

With our panel of experts, this webinar will outline best practices for continuous improvement using self-assessment procedures that are a cost effective means to establish the status of your current program, identify weaknesses and set goals for improvement

Attendees will learn to:

  • Know what the assessment criteria should be
  • What references and metrics to use for performing self-assessments
  • How to Hurdle the trust barrier and overcome administrative concerns of in-house team bias
  • Prepare powerful safety and security reports that have real meaning to all stakeholders
  • Take next steps in developing the continuous improvement plan and acting on your self-evaluation findings

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