ASIS International has announced its programming lineup for Global Security Exchange (GSX) 2022, with in-person and digital experiences taking place 12-14 September at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA and via the online GSX event platform. Encompassing 180+ sessions tackling vital issues in the security profession, the newly announced GSX session lineup includes in-depth looks at timely issues.
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Uncovering Cognitive Biases in Security Decision Making
By Johan de Wit and Claire Meyer
Do you consider yourself an above-average decision maker? Does logic drive most, if not all, of your security risk mitigation decisions? Think again.
Most security professionals believe that they are better decision makers than the average person, but recent research has proven this is not the case. In fact, security leaders often fall prey to the same biases as the majority of the population, and they may find themselves relying on gut feelings and prior experience instead of facts and probability. Unlike most people, however, security professionals’ biases could have significant ramifications on risk management and safety decisions.
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▪ Leveraging DE&I to Empower Organizational Competitive Advantage
▪ The Aftermath of Log4Shell: Fortifying the Digital Foundation
▪ Solving the Maritime Talent Shortage Introduces New Challenges
▪ Designing Safety Training That Sticks
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