ON DEMAND: Security leaders today must not only respond to but anticipate a wide range of emerging risks. To streamline risk management programs in an organization, security departments cannot underestimate the human factor.
ON DEMAND: How are you measuring the effectiveness of your security program? Whether you’re a security leader conducting routine internal reviews or an external stakeholder conducting an assessment of a program, it is important to always keep in mind that the scope and functions of a program are largely dependent on the priorities and needs of the business it is supporting.
ON DEMAND: In today's rapidly evolving security landscape, organizations face an ever-growing array of disruptive events, security threats, and risks. Traditional reactive approaches to security intelligence often leave businesses vulnerable and ill-prepared to anticipate and mitigate emerging threats that could impact the safety of their people, facilities, or operations.
ON DEMAND: Did you know 81% of IT and executive decision-makers want a more unified security environment? At the same time, more than half of companies are dealing with disconnected physical and network security infrastructure.
ON DEMAND: School safety requires true engagement across all stakeholders. In this webinar, Jadine Chou, Chief Safety and Security Officer for Chicago Public Schools, details the school system’s paradigm shift to provide a holistic safety approach.
ON DEMAND: Remote collection & analysis is an important part of any internal investigation within your corporate network. Pulling a full forensic image of an endpoint can be time-intensive and can consume network resources, but a targeted collection can alleviate these concerns.
ON DEMAND: The threat environment in commercial real estate has changed dramatically over the past 10 years, including the real threat of pandemics, active shooters, explosive devices, extreme weather and natural disasters, among other significant threats to commercial facilities.
ON DEMAND: Apple Mac computer use is growing in the corporate space. Having the solutions and the knowledge base to respond to events that include Mac computers is just as important as their Windows counterparts.
ON DEMAND: Should your business say goodbye to disjointed systems? Explore the advantages and capabilities of merging network audio, analytics, physical access control, video recording, and intercoms into a cohesive platform.