High performance body scanning technologies, powered by advanced imaging and deep learning, make high-definition security screening for on-person concealed objects under clothing available for secure facilities, data centers, airports, and sensitive manufacturing facilities. In this webinar, Rohde & Schwarz will present attendees with information on their R&S®QPS technologies, people screening systems and criteria for evaluating people screening technologies for specific security applications.
The healthcare profession has become the most dangerous environment with regard to workplace violence. According to 2014 data provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, workers in the healthcare sector experience workplace violence related injuries at an estimated incidence rate of 8.2 per 10,000 full time workers. That is more than four times higher than the rate of 1.7 per 10,000 workers in the private sector. Community Based Security focused on reducing both risk and anxiety through Building Trust, Scenario Based Training and Technology, creates an environment where our healthcare community focuses on prevention, intervention and response to workplace violence. The presentation also focuses on first of its kind research underway on these security tactics.
The internet has facilitated the use of open-source Intelligence (OSINT) due to the speed, and accessibility it provides to rich content sources. This has given corporate security teams unprecedented access to real-time information, and understanding OSINT as a crisis unfolds has never been more crucial.
Join us, as samdesk highlights how your teams can leverage OSINT sources and digest the information provided to respond to a crisis when every second counts.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been a remarkable, and unprecedented event that has altered the lives of many creating a new normal in terms of societal norms and the way we live and work. Many regions and industries have been impacted in different ways adapting and changing to these new norms. Some regions instituted lockdowns, others set curfews, while others created bubbles. Our panel will discuss Security in the age of COVID-19 and how it has been handled in different regions and different industries, affecting those in essential services, the front line, and small businesses forcing more remote work, skeleton staff, and closures. The panel will explore the different measures that were taken, impacts, change, and key takeaways. This will be an interactive session with 20 min of Q&A where panelists engage with the attendees.
As business brings opportunities to higher risk emerging markets, organizations find themselves struggling to understand the risk posed to their overseas operations and enact the proper measures to protect its employees. Learn from security professionals with extensive experience in high and extreme risk locations on how to address the various challenges presented in securing overseas operations. From conducting a deliberate assessment of the risk environment to meeting the stringent mitigation measures in post-conflict and conflict regions. Take away methods for comprehensive threat mitigation, including, identifying and addressing stakeholder needs, vendor management, resiliency and effective security escalation management.
The training will help managers and employees to develop skills in identifying and intervening with people suffering from mental illness or behavior disorder in the workplace. What participants will learn: Explore Mental Health Awareness in an interactive way, recognize common signs and symptoms, be able to respond and support. Look after your own mental well-being via self-assessments, exercises, and useful resources. Feel more at ease when talking about mental health through an exercise and a detailed infographic. Attendees will learn conversation tips, useful phrases and expressions, and ways to start a conversation and offer support.
How do you assess risk when evaluating where to expand globally? Are there effective tools available? This panel session will focus on real-world experience and applications of both domestic and international risk assessment in a variety of applications. Topics will include trends in terrorism and transnational organized crime, real-world examples of retail, government and transportation security as well as the consequences of final decisions. Security professionals responsible to provide recommendations, reports or implement mitigation strategies will benefit from the experience of the panel including mitigation strategies to add resilience to systems.