ON DEMAND: From extreme weather to cyberattacks to workplace violence, every organization will experience at least one, if not multiple, critical events per year. And in today’s interconnected digital and physical world, the cascading safety, brand, and revenue impacts of critical events are more severe. Organizations need to be prepared through a unified and rapid response to these events.
ON DEMAND: There are few situations a security professional will face that is more serious than a potential workplace violence threat. Every security professional knows and understands that all employers have a legal, ethical and moral duty to take reasonable steps to prevent and respond to threats of violence in their workplace.
ON DEMAND: The 2019 Security 500 Report will unveil the top 10 trends CSOs and enterprise security executives are facing today and how each of them could impact the enterprise’s global reputation with the public, governments and business partners.
ON DEMAND: Critical events can vary widely in type and size – from natural disasters to workplace violence – and a drawn-out response can lead to significant operational losses, brand damage, and concerns for health and safety. Organizational Resilience is the ability to identify, prepare for, and resolve these critical events, which is a vital trait for any mature institution.
ON DEMAND: Join this webinar to better understand how new technologies are enabling this intelligence transformation, and how purpose-built infrastructure plays a huge role in mission critical performance of video surveillance and analytics that delivers:
ON DEMAND: Healthcare organizations often overlook the security needs of freestanding clinics and offices. In this webinar, Alan Lynch, Network Director of Safety & Security for St. Luke’s University Health Network, headquartered in Bethlehem, Pa., offers best practices to help you address the security risks in ambulatory care centers and physician offices.
ON DEMAND: In this webinar, security expert Pieter Danhieux explores how enterprise security, hand in hand with CISOs and CIOs, can inspire real change, fostering a positive security culture that enables enterprise development teams to become more security-aware, more aligned with internal AppSec specialists and, ultimately, ensuring a cyber-secure enterprise.
ON DEMAND:A critical event is defined as an incident that disrupts normal operations, such as severe weather, crime, violence and critical equipment or technology failures. Business continuity and crisis response plans can only go so far if there isn't buy-in across functions, with executive-level support.
ON DEMAND: In this webinar, we will outline the Security Growth Curve, which provides you with the context of the different levels of maturity to effectively assess where you are relative to the industry in terms of value and maturity. If you are trying to improve your financing with your current provider, looking to expand into new markets or new products, keep key employees, or looking to take some money off the table, you should invest 50 minutes of your valuable time.
ON DEMAND: Locations that were once considered safe havens such as schools, places of worship and healthcare institutions are no longer immune to acts of violence. The session will be specific to unique risks in healthcare settings and address preparedness and response through training, education and communication.
This month, Security magazine highlights John McClurg, Senior VP and CISO at Blackberry, and the evolving role of the CISO. Also, we highlight Tim McCreight, Acting CSO for the city of Calgary, Alberta, and discuss if civilians can truly Stop the Bleed and how to calculate ROI for better security. Industry leaders discuss public references and their impact on security careers, information security frameworks and convergence trends in 2020.