The Future of Physical Security: The Decade Ahead

The Future of Physical Security: The Decade Ahead

April 10, 2018, 10:15 AM - 11:15 AM

Sands 304 Level 1


This session will outline how the practice of physical security will most significantly change over the next decade. As opposed to previous decades where the industry demonstrated advancements and set the course for technology options for their channels, the next decade ahead will be defined by end users driven to deliver value to their respective organizations and keep pace with their IT related counterparts.The findings shared in this session are derived from research that includes analysis of physical security programs from some of the world’s leading global organizations. Learn about what is driving organizations to repudiate the current offerings and practices of the security industry and how their vision transforms their programs to be more effective, efficient, and improve overall outcomes.

Learning Objectives
1. Build improved requirements by forming governing outcome models that deliver higher value to the security program and organization.
2. Conduct more effective assessments as to how technology maps to business directives.
3. Review a process to build use cases that deal with the velocity of information with improved precision and accuracy.


  • Terry Gold


    Principal Analyst

    D6 Research

    Terry is the founder of D6 Research a vendor-neutral research and advisory firm specializing in security, identity, and authentication across the...


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