Another Brick in the Firewall: Security Leaders Discuss The Elements of Complete Cyber Protection

Another Brick in the Firewall: Security Leaders Discuss The Elements of Complete Cyber Protection

April 11, 2018, 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Sands 309 Level 1


In today’s highly interactive and interconnected world, cybersecurity is not restricted to the purview of the IT department – it threatens and affects every connected device in every department. And, as connectivity continues to expand – to the point where even toasters and refrigerators can be potential sources of cyberattacks – the risks are destined to not only persist, but also to grow larger. In this environment, our own surveillance and physical security systems will continue to have a critical role to play in keeping our organizations, staff and visitors safe. It’s important to understand what the cyberthreats are to our systems, how we can implement protections from these threats, and how we must plan for incident recovery and ongoing protection. Our panel of industry experts, comprised of renowned executives representing the intelligent power, surveillance, access control, identity management and cyber security categories, will address these important cyber security topics.

Learning Outcomes:
1. Consider why cybersecurity risks continue to be an ongoing and increasing threat to installed surveillance and physical security systems.
2. Discern how a set of cybersecurity countermeasures can be implemented across their physical and logical infrastructure to create an effective cyber defense.
3. Gain insight on the importance of both advance incident response planning and proactive ongoing security maintenance and upgrade programs.


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