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Organized Crime as a Cyber Threat

This talk will look at the current state of online criminal activity, ranging from Deep Web black markets to a post-mortem review of a targeted telecoms attack against an American company operating

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Critical Event Management on the Corporate Campus

For leaders and decision-makers to best prepare the corporate campus for the current threat landscape, it is essential to blend security practices and technologies based on accurate assumptions

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The Unaddressed Mass Casualty Event

This webinar identifies the ability of terrorist organizations to conduct a chemical or biological attack in populated areas. It will cover the mechanism of action, accessibility, delivery, and

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Drones and Security

To educate and cut through the hype of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAS)/Drones in the security industry, a panel of specialists review multiple “use cases” for drone use and defense by a security

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Implicit Bias and Security Professionals

This webinar will provide an overview of the science of implicit bias, discuss how those biases might show up in the daily routines of front-line private security personnel, and discuss implications

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Physical and Cybersecurity

Introducing research and tools from the National Institute of Science and Tech​nology (NIST) and Information Security (INFOSEC), the speaker will describe the physical security of cyber systems and

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Online learning

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