Terrorism, workplace violence, and cyber security are among the 200+ security topics to be covered at the ASIS International 61st Annual Seminar and Exhibits and colocated 5th Annual (ISC) 2 Security Congress. More than 20,000 security professionals from across the globe are expected to attend the four-day event, Sept. 28-Oct. 1 in Anaheim, Calif.
The education lineup reflects trending security concerns including targeted violence, use of force, cyber fraud, counter terrorism strategies, and information security and privacy. On the business side attendees will examine security management issues such as customer service security, collecting and measuring the right data, and security master planning.
Concurrent sessions include:
• After the Data Breach, Sept. 28, 1:45-3:00 pm, will examine elements of an effective incident response plan and provide attendees with concepts they can apply to protect their core assets.
• DAISH and the Islamic State: From the Levant to Charlie Hebdo, Sept. 28, 4:30-5:30 pm, will draw on case studies from attacks in Brussels, Canada, and Paris and provide attendees with an understanding of the nature of the IS threat on a local and global level, as well as the capabilities, characteristics, and motivations of the foreign fighters.
• Fort Hood and Navy Yard Active Shooter Brief, Sept. 29, 11:00-12:00 pm, will examine the circumstances of each event, lessons learned, and recommendations from senior Army investigators.
• The Media Did Us No Favors: Ebola and Outbreaks in the Real World, Sept. 29, 1:45-3:00pm, will examine disease outbreaks in 2015, identify resources businesses can use to make decisions in the event of an outbreak, and provide tips for utilizing the Overseas Security Advisory Council during times of crisis.
• Are Millennials, Technology, and Impatience Catalysts for Fraud? Sept. 30, 1:45-2:45 pm, will examine security risks that arise as a result of this generation's trust in the information-sharing process.
• Hacking the Internet of Things: Now Everything is Hackable, Sept. 30, 3:30-4:30 pm, will examine how malicious attacks work and review case studies of successful attacks including taking control of an automobile and hacking a medical device.
Keynotes include Raymond W. Kelly, former commissioner of the New York City Police Department and General Michael Hayden, former director of the Central Intelligence Agency and National Security Agency. The Closing Luncheon speaker is Gen. James Mattis, former Commander of the U.S. Joint Forces Command.
The complete list of education sessions is at http://app.epicreg.com/sps_a/Home/index/2da20b19-6500-4136-911a-94119982da54