Principles of Higher Education Risk Management: The Six Layers of Physical Security

Principles of Higher Education Risk Management: The Six Layers of Physical Security

April 12, 2018, 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM

Sands 302 Level 1

Language:
English

Higher education facilities contain many complex areas that require special attention and integration into an overall risk management strategy. Allowing for the freedom of movement in an open campus environment, while also securing academic areas and common spaces, is essential to meeting the safety expectations of students, faculty, parents and the wider community. Knowing that the average student comes to campus with seven IoT enabled devices, the stress on the network and expectations of personal communication can present additional risk management challenges. A 24/7 crime prevention and public safety strategy is essential to proactively maintain a safe and secure campus, while also allowing you to respond effectively in an emergency. This panel session with industry leaders will explore best practices of physical security in a campus community broken into the following environments: Campus Grounds, Building Entrances, Common Spaces, Academic Areas, Student Housing, and Technical Facilities.

Learning Outcomes:
1. Prepare to adopt a 24/7 crime prevention and public safety strategy to aid balancing the freedom of movement on campus with essential student safety.
2. Interpret the importance of physical infrastructure on moving towards an IP-enabled environment.
3. List six key areas where technology can lead to improved safety and security outcomes.

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